June 20, 2011

Fort Calhoun nuclear



Much of the mainstream media has passed by the case of a nuclear plant in Nebraska that suffered from a fire two weeks ago.

Officials there say it was extinguished in about 20 minutes, but now there is cause for a new concern - water in the river is rising and specialists believe it could pose a whole new problem. There has been an ongoing no-fly zone there as well, but the officials say it has nothing to do with potential radiation, yet the public remains skeptic.

Tyson Slocum, director of the Public Citizen's Energy Program, explains whether Americans should be suspicious about the nuke plant.

Read also,
- Mississippi Planned Flooding Update - Fort Calhoun Nuclear Swimming Pool Surrounded by Water (video) - WOWT
US heading toward nuclear disaster - RT