The Salvation Army said on Wednesday, March 1, that it plans to expand aid distribution in Ohio’s Columbia District as an investigation continues into a chemical spill caused by a train derailment in the area. Mandy Hoover, development and public relations manager for the Salvation Army’s Northeast Ohio region, told Storyful that the organization will continue to provide food, spiritual assistance and other assistance to families affected by the event. Speaking to local media, Major Stephanie Larrick, commander of the Salvation Army Corps in Liverpool East, said residents of the cities of Liverpool East, Wellsville and Calcutta fear recent rain could spread pollutants to local water sources. “As a result, our corps will offer daily distribution of water containers to serve the residents of these affected areas,” Larrick said. The Salvation Army released this image and said it showed staff and volunteers storing supplies at their base in Salem and offloading them in East Palestine between February 10 and March 1. Photo: Salvation Army, NE Ohio, via Storyful.