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US Regulator ‘reviewing preparations’ as hurricane Florence approaches nuclear states

12 september 2018

13 Sep (NucNet): The US nuclear regulator’s resident inspectors at nuclear stations in the states of North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia are reviewing the plant operators’ preparations in advance of Hurricane Florence, projected to make landfall in the area by the end of this week.

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