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Nuclear Safety Left Hanging As Crane Dangled Fuel Rods: Michigan Incident Got Warning But No Fine

A 110-ton load of nuclear waste dangled for 55 hours above a cooling pool last October as two workers at a southwest Michigan nuclear power plant improperly manipulated a crane that had frozen, federal regulators concluded in a recent review of the incident.

Hugh McDiarmid Jr, “Nuclear Safety Left Hanging As Crane Dangled Fuel Rods: Michigan Incident Got Warning But No Fine,” Detroit Free Press, March 15, 2006, News Section, Metro Final edition.
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