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Soviet Nuclear Plants #585774

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Mar 28, 1992
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(Studio: Garrick Utley) Report introduced.

(Moscow: Jim Maceda) Dangerous conditions at Chernobyl-type nuclear power plants in the former Soviet Union featured; details given; April 1986 scenes shown following the Chernobyl accident; various scenes of Soviet nuclear power plants shown. [Russian nuclear inspector Yuri ROGOZHIN - (thru translator) talks about difficulty eliminating dangerous reactors.] Map shown indicating location of Chernobyl type plants. [International Atomic Energy Agency Morris ROSEN - talks about need for solutions.] Leak last May at a Chernobyl-type reactor in Lithuania, numerous fires at the Kozloduy, Bulgaria, nuclear plant recalled; scenes shown of construction of Soviet-designed reactors in Cuba.

Maceda, Jim;
Utley, Garrick

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