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FROM BEYOND NUCLEAR — The Woolsey swept through the contaminated Santa Susana Field Laboratory site (SSFL) just north of Los Angeles. There is some evidence that it actually started on the site. Work begins to assess whether or not radionuclides from this cold war research site were carried with the fire as it devastated 150,000 acres.
People in areas surrounding the contaminated Santa Susanna Field Laboratory site (SSFL) are worried that chemical and radioactive pollution may have been carried offsite by fire currents and smoke.
During the fire, the California Department of Toxic Substance Control (DTSC) did not warn the public and fire fighters that smoke from the fire could be carrying radioactive particles from the site. The DTSC “believed” there was no danger but refused to make public the methods used, and results of, any testing they have done. Now the public is seeking the truth from more trustworthy sources.
Fairewinds Energy Education has released sampling protocols (download here) for collecting environmental specimens within 100 miles of SSFL and/or the Woolsey fire and its smoke. These specimens will be analyzed for radionuclide content. Instructions for collecting, cataloging and shipping specimens are included as well as how to get additional information or answers to your sampling questions. Read More at Beyond Nuclear
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Did the latest storm of deadly fires which swept through Southern California contain dangerous radiation from the Santa Susana Nuclear Testing Lab? Did the Woolsey Fire actually start there?
PHOTOS DOCUMENT THAT A FIRE STARTED AT THE SANTA SUSANA NUCLEAR LAB SITE WHERE A PARTIAL NUCLEAR MELTDOWN OCCURRED in the past.
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