Chornobyl, 27 years later, still dangerous

Kyiv Post, April 26, 2013, 12:34 a.m. | Ukraine — by Katya Gorchinskaya, Svitlana Tuchynska

Chornobyl, 27 years later, still dangerous

CHORNOBYL, Ukraine – A turbine hall adjoining Chornobyl’s destroyed fourth reactor has a gaping 600-square meter opening where the roof collapsed in February. The roof has not been fixed yet, letting in rainwater that mingles with radioactive dust and elements inside and oozes out.

One Response to “Chornobyl, 27 years later, still dangerous”

  1. CaptD Says:

    Nuclear Propaganda is still alive and well!

    Perhaps this is the future for mankind, to have radioactive fields growing our foodstuffs because of widespread radioactive pollution being spread globally from ever more nuclear accidents and/or weapon explosions…

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