NUCLEAR FLOOD THREAT IN NEBRASKA

Nuclear flood threat: 1100 troops, 25,000 homes flooded, NRC chief onsite (vid)
By Deborah Dupre, Human Rights Examiner
June 25, 2011 4:28 pm ET

Emergency Update: At approximately 1:00am Sunday, June 26, the aqua-berm quickly constructed around Fort Calhoun Nuclear Station broke and electricity had to be cut. The plant is now reportedly running on emergency generators as workers try to restore electricity after water surrounded main electrical transformers. The auxiliary building at Ft. Calhoun was surrounded by water after the berm failure. A Nuclear Regulatory Commission letter said if water enters the auxiliary building, there could have been a station blackout with core damage in hours.

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