A financial report filed by Norfolk Southern Corporation this week reveals that the fiery derailment and chemical spill of nearly a year ago has cost the railroad $1.1 billion so far.

The year-end report released on Friday itemized some of the financial impact from what Norfolk Southern calls “the Eastern Ohio incident.”

Thirty-eight rail cars derailed in the February 3, 2023, crash. A fire broke out which damaged an additional 12 cars.

There were a total of 20 total hazardous material cars in the train, eleven of which derailed, according to the National Transportation Safety Board.

Federal authorities say they are holding the railroad responsible for the initial damage caused by the burning and leaking chemicals. Norfolk Southern is being sued by individuals and businesses who claim the derailment adversely impacted them.

Just days after the derailment, the decision was made to initiate a “controlled burn” at the site to prevent what officials believed to be a threat from an explosion. The burn sent a plume of smoke towering over East Palestine and nearby communities.

Norfolk Southern claims it has paid out nearly $104 million in community support so far, including a $4.3 million commitment to upgrade drinking water infrastructure in the village.