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Mayak area- Radiation levels last fall 1,000 times above normal

Radiation levels near this Siberian village were 1,000 times above normal last fall. But no one worried much, LA Times, FEB 16, 2018, KHUDAIBERDYNSK, RUSSIA  “…. this Siberian landscape on the edge of the Ural Mountains bore the brunt of one of the world’s worst nuclear accidents. On Sept. 29, 1957, decades before Three Mile Island, Chernobyl and Fukushima entered the lexicon of landmark nuclear disasters, a buried cache of liquid radioactive waste from Mayak exploded. More than a quarter-million people were exposed to radiation, and nearly two dozen villages, home to more than 10,000 people, had to be vacated forever.


February 17, 2018 - Posted by | environment, Russia

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