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Evacuation planning for Lilco's Shoreham plant: Lack of an approved emergency evacuation strategy may prevent full operation of a $5 billion nuclear power plant on long Island's north shore

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Until 1979, there was no such thing as a formal, standard plan for moving nearby residents in the event of a catastrophic accident at a nuclear power plant. A radiation leak bad enough to force the relocation of residents near the plant seemed just too improbable to merit elaborate contingency plans.

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Spectrum, IEEE  (Volume:24 ,  Issue: 7 )