Paulsboro residents can now ask questions about Friday's train derailment online, thanks to a new online form created by officials in Gloucester County.
The county says the online form allows residents or members of the public to ask a question and have the opportunity to get it answered in regards to the train derailment.
"As the county is working in a support capacity to the agencies involved, we know our residents, we know they have concerns and we are going to work to get their questions answered in a clear and concise manner by experts in the field," Freeholder Director Robert Damminger said in a statement.
The county says its office of emergency management will work to find the appropriate expert to answer the question as soon as an answer is available.
You can find the question form on the county's website in the "alerts" section.
Rain moved in Saturday afternoon and the chance for it will stick around through the seven day forecast.
It becomes very unsettled across our area with clounds and showers again Sunday. The best chance for rain is in the morning and afternoon thunderstorms are possible towards our south.
Sunday is cool but we do warm up well into the 80s by Tuesday. With the warm weather comes a better chance for thunderstorms.