Near Media Blackout on Flooded Nuclear Power Plant in Nebraska

Ft. Calhoun Nuclear Power Plant in Nebraska in Danger Due to Flooding
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The Ft. Calhoun Nuclear Power Plant — Please tell me this is not a repeat of Japan!

Are we going to have a repeat of Japan’s nuclear crisis here?

A fire on June 7 in Nebraska’s Fort Calhoun nuclear power plant briefly knocked out the cooling process for spent nuclear fuel rods. In addition, the plant has become an island due to the flooding Missouri River. Officials are saying it’s no big deal. If that’s true, then why has FAA issued a directive banning aircraft from entering the airspace within a two-mile radius of the plant?

Since last week, the plant has been under a “notification of unusual event” classification, becausing of the rising Missouri River. That is the lowest level of emergency alert.

Reading various interviews with people associated with the plant give the impression that everything is fine. I hope so. It’s just I’m a little bit timid of that response, based on the recent history of Japanese government officials lying to their citizens about their nuclear fiasco.

Be Prepared – Store Freeze Dried Emergency Food for Your Family

To me, this is just one more reason to be prepared. Why? If food supplies become tainted with radiation, what are you going to feed your family?

Wise Foods makes emergency food supplies in the form of long-term freeze dried food. It stores for 25 years and tastes great.

You can get Grab and Go Kits to throw in your cars, all the way up to year supply emergency food units.

Click here to go to Wise Foods.

 

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