LaSalle County nuclear plant went offline after lightning strike
MARSEILLES – The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission says a lightning strike knocked out power to a northern Illinois nuclear plant for several hours Wednesday night, but emergency generators kicked in to keep the site running.
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#1 Apr 19, 2013
Whoa - close call there, but not at all necessary in this day and age when technology exists to minimize or even avoid a strike like this.
A company that has been around for 40 years has patented technology that prevents this kind of occurrence. Check out LightningProtection.com
I do not work for them, but I know about them and admire the work they do around the world.
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