CORRECTIONS & ADDITIONS:
In a story about the Ohio train derailment, we published the following Tweet from Twitter account @Millie_Weaver:
That Tweet has now been deleted and we have been informed it was deleted because it was incorrect.
Accordingly, we have deleted our original as well.
As always, we seek to print the TRUTH and we rely on sources to establish that truth.
Given the retraction by the underlying source to that reporting, we have now retracted our story as well.
We will always print the truth here openly and honestly, and we’ll correct the record when we get it wrong.
The corrected information is as follows:
Aristech Chemical Corporation (ARSX) is not a subsidiary of Sunoco, Aristech Chemical Corporation is not owned or controlled by Sunoco or its parent Energy Transfer Partners or affiliates, nor is Sunoco the cause of, or liable for, the catastrophic East Palestine, Ohio train derailment.
Aristech Chemical Corporation is not a subsidiary of Sunoco, nor is Aristech Chemical Corporation owned or controlled by Sunoco or its parent Energy Transfer Partners or any affiliate of Sunoco. Sunoco, Inc. (R&M) sold Sunoco Chemicals, Inc., which held Aristech Investment Corporation including the ARSX railcar mark and associated railcars / hoppercars, to Braskem America in March 2010. See, https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/braskem- acquires-sunoco-chemicals-in-the-united-states-83236217.html.
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