Tuesday, August 13, 2019

Russian Village Near Site Of Suspected Nuclear Missile Explosion Told To Evacuate

Experts were working on 'a nuclear isotope power source' for the weapon when the blast occurred at the Nyonoksa facility in north western Russia, officials say. Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said: 'In this particular case, it is important for us to remember those heroes who lost their lives in this accident'

The Independent: Russia nuclear explosion: Village near site of deadly missile accident told to evacuate after radiation spike

Residents warned of 'planned activities of the military authorities' at site of secretive disaster

Russian authorities have told people in a village near the site of a deadly missile explosion involving a nuclear power test to "leave the territory", after the accident triggered a spike in radiation.

The country's state weather service said radiation levels spiked in the Russian city of Severodvinsk by up to 16 times last Thursday after what officials say was an explosion during a rocket engine test on a sea platform.

"We have received a notification ... about the planned activities of the military authorities. In this regard, residents of Nyonoksa were asked to leave the territory of the village from 14 August," authorities in Severodvinsk were quoted as saying by the Interfax news agency.

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WNU Editor: Residents are being told to leave now?!?!?!? I do not think the Russian authorities have a handle on this.

More News On A Russian Village Near The Site Of Last Week's Suspected Nuclear Missile Explosion Being Told To Evacuate

Residents told to evacuate after rise in radiation levels near Russian blast site -- France 24
Evacuation reports spark confusion after Russia nuclear accident -- CBS
Russian village near site of suspected nuclear missile explosion to be evacuated, report says -- CNN
Russian town evacutated after nuclear mishap -- DW
Russian villagers set for mini-evacuation from fatal nuclear blast area -- The Guardian
Russian village evacuation as rocket blast sparks radiation fears -- Al Jazeera


Bob Huntley said...

Seems late.

Anonymous said...

It’s just a small reactor, let’s wait a while and see what happens...

Tasman Gleeson said...

Send in the German robot.