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Subject NUCLEAR ALERT @ PADUCAH - TORNADO DAMAGE & RAD RELEASE
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Original Message DISINFO @ PADUCAH - TORNADO DAMAGE & RAD RELEASE

AND...THEY ARE ALREADY LYING ABOUT IT.
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The sources commenting on the tornado damage at the Paducah processing facility are releasing conflicting statements about the release of dangerous radiation.

Article starts out: Company work crews and state and federal officials on Monday continued to inspect storm damage to the shut-down Paducah nuclear fuel factory that was struck by an apparent tornado Sunday, officials said.

One of the Paducah Gaseous Diffusion Plant’s four enrichment production buildings was damaged, as well as adjacent cooling towers and a nearby electrical switch yard, said Jeremy Derryberry, a spokeswoman for plant operator, USEC Inc.

He said there was no release of hazardous or radioactive materials, and that the plant’s safety and monitoring systems were in full operation. The damage was to the exterior of the building only, he said.

And then buried in a paragraph and paraphrased in a way that makes no sense whatsoever: The U.S. Department of Energy owns the facility, leasing the plant to USEC. Robert E. Edwards III, deputy manager of the energy department’s Portsmouth Paducah Project Office, said the USEC “did what they needed to do.” Edwards also confirmed releases to the air, water or surrounding grounds and described the damage as minor. wtf

It goes on to say: “We are tracking it and we are in touch with (USEC),” said Buddy Rogers, spokesman for Kentucky Division of Emergency Management. “The warning bells go off when you hear about something like this, but … it was no big deal.”

IT IS A BIG DEAL. As this facility is government owned expect whatever happened there to be lied about and covered up, per usual. Nice try burying it way down in the article. People in this area should contact FEMA and ask for further DETAILED assessment and instructions. HOW is this BEING "TRACKED"???

[link to www.courier-journal.com]
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