Flooding Shuts Down Nebraska Nuke, It...

Flooding Shuts Down Nebraska Nuke, It "May Be Late Fall" Before Restart

There are 2 comments on the Think Progress story from Jun 21, 2011, titled Flooding Shuts Down Nebraska Nuke, It "May Be Late Fall" Before Restart. In it, Think Progress reports that:

The Fort Calhoun nuclear powe r station in Nebraska remains shut down due to Missouri River flooding, but the plant itself has not flooded and is expected to remain safe, the federal government said Friday.

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Jim

Toronto, Canada

#1 Jun 24, 2011
Myron

Los Angeles, CA

#2 Jun 24, 2011
Jim wrote:
http://www.topix.com/city/fort -calhoun-ne/2011/06/two-u-s-nu ke-plants-under-threat-from-fl ood-waters
Hey idiot, Fort Calhoun was ALREADY down for refueling when the flood waters came.

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