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Insider's Report (Radioactive Contamination) #601483

NBC Evening News for Friday, Aug 26, 1994
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(No location given: David Bloom) The health threat and costly cleanup of radioactive contamination in formerly secret government facilities examined; scenes shown from a tool shop in Oxford, Ohio, where uranium was shaped for nuclear reactors. [Building owner Gil PACEY, worker Arnold SINGLETON, Oxford Peace and Justice Center Linda Musmeci KIMBALL, University of Cincinnati Dr. David FANKHAUSER, Energy Department Tom GRUMBLY - talk about the danger.] Map shown of hazardous waste sites across the country. [Physicians for Social Responsibility Daryl KIMBALL - comments.] [In Oxford, former factory neighbors Terry Robinson FULTON, Carol Robinson McLAUGHLIN - remember playing at the site.] [Energy Secretary Hazel O'LEARY - talks about the nuclear sites.]

Bloom, David;
Williams, Brian

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