25 Feb '16, 2pm

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from Indian Point 2 are being investigated by federal and state officials and a radiation specialist has been dispatched to work with resident inspectors to investigate the cause of the leak. Continuous monitoring by the NY State Department of Health has found a variety of radioactive isotopes around the Indian Point discharge site, approximately 69 feet above the Hudson River. At that location, there is no system installed at to remove the isotopes from the groundwater flow. Further complicating the issue, there are more than three miles of inaccessible piping under the plant that cannot be checked for corrosion.

Full article: http://inhabitat.com/nyc/uncontrollable-radioactive-flow-...

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