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The bombed levee near Fort Calhoun Nuclear Station in Nebraska Friday caused a more than significant flood event downriver according to County Attorney Matt Wilbur, as it rose the swollen and raging Missouri River three to four inches when only "a half-inch rise is significant." Downriver 70 miles south of Omaha, Nebraska is Cooper Nuclear Facility, still online and posing a bigger threat than Fort Calhoun Nuclear Station, but no Fukushima according to
Originally posted by OldCorp
If the people running the Cooper plant don't shut it down and there is a catastrophic failure that releases radiation, I think they should be forced to be the first ones inside the reactor performing the "Fukishima 50" tasks - until they melt.
Keeping this plant running is negligence in the extreme.