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Davis-Besse Nuclear Power Station
Workmen swarm around a new reactor head in the refueling pool at the Davis-Besse Nuclear Power Station near Port Clinton, Ohio, in this December 2002, file photo. The Nuclear Regulatory Commission miscalculated the risk to the public of letting the Davis-Besse nuclear power plant continue to run with suspected reactor leaks, according to a report to be released Tuesday, May 18, 2004.
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Davis-Besse Nuclear Power Station

Workmen swarm around a new reactor head in the refueling pool at the Davis-Besse Nuclear Power Station near Port Clinton, Ohio, in this December 2002, file photo. The Nuclear Regulatory Commission miscalculated the risk to the public of letting the Davis-Besse nuclear power plant continue to run with suspected reactor leaks, according to a report to be released Tuesday, May 18, 2004.

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Album name:Rennhack / Davis-Besse
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Keywords:Davis / Bessie / Nuclear / Power / Plant
Credits:AP Photo/FirstEnergy Nuclear Operating Company
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Date added:Sep 15, 2005
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