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Fire at H-Area of the Savannah River Nuclear Site, August 7th 2016?

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US fire satellite mapping reported on Sunday August 7, 2016, 16.20 UTC – a little after noon local time, what seems to have been a fire at the H-Area of the Savannah River Nuclear Site.
SRS Fire H-Area August 7, 2016, 16.20 UTC, Confidence 26
Note the tree-like shape of the “Par Pond” allowing identification of H-Area as the site of the apparent fire.
SRS areas sampling location
Coordinates SRS Fire H-Area August 7, 2016, 16.20 UTC, Confidence 26
Apparent fire area. Note what appears to be piping near the yellow dot.
SRS Fire H-Area August 7, 2016, 16.20 UTC, Confidence 26 Zoom in of area
Fire location exported from: http://activefiremaps.fs.fed.us/index.php SRS icon exported from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Savannah_River_Site
Fire area without yellow and rotated to better see piping and more of the building area. Although the dot is on the parking lot, it would seem more likely that the fire would be in the area of the corner pipe or elsewhere, unless it occurred unloading.
Savannah River Site Aug 7 2016 fire area
H-Area Why SRS Matters screen shot
Apparent area of fire – note parking lot, fans, chimneys.
H-Area Why SRS Matters screen shot H-Canyon
H-Canyon seems to be center left with the parking lot-chimneys, etc. of apparent fire to the…

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August 16, 2016 - Posted by | Uncategorized

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