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Zion Nuclear Power Plant
Commonwealth Edison's nuclear power plant in Zion, Ill., shown on August 1986, has been down since February, when an operator unintentionally switched off the reactor, then tried to restart it without conducting the proper safety procedures. A poor showing by the plant and retrained workers during a four-week "demonstration" run has resulted in a delay in its reopening. Originally predicted to open in August, ComEd officials now don't expect it to be producing electricity until October.
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Zion Nuclear Power Plant

Commonwealth Edison's nuclear power plant in Zion, Ill., shown on August 1986, has been down since February, when an operator unintentionally switched off the reactor, then tried to restart it without conducting the proper safety procedures. A poor showing by the plant and retrained workers during a four-week "demonstration" run has resulted in a delay in its reopening. Originally predicted to open in August, ComEd officials now don't expect it to be producing electricity until October.

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Filename:pict428.jpg
Album name:Rennhack / Zion
Keywords:Zion / Nuclear / Power / Plant
Date:August 1986
Credits:AP Photo/Charles Bennett
Filesize:19 KiB
Date added:Sep 20, 2005
Dimensions:512 x 317 pixels
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