Open trench nuke dumpers, US Ecology have a location at 6735 Airline Highway, Baton Rouge.
ENE-News: “Nuclear fire” erupts at radioactive facility near major US city — Footage shows underground explosions, massive smoke plumes — AP: “Unknown amount of radioactive waste burned” — EPA sends emergency radiological team — Residents: “We were flat out lied to… Why didn’t they evacuate the town?” (VIDEO)
LINK – http://youtu.be/bv3u8_Ev7eg
- Reckless nuke waste handlers, US Ecology sites MAP
RECKLESS, RECKLESS, F-UPS!
They can’t even put water on the fire because it will cause more explosions. Good thing the dump is in a dry, dry desert and not swampy, bayou-infused land next to Baton Rouge! Imagine an explosion and chain-reaction fire there! Talk about water hitting the barely-buried drums!
There’s a big underground fire approaching a nuke dump next to St. Louis going on now too! Do you see it in the news? No!
LINK – http://youtu.be/kMlX_cbomWQ
Oh, and there’s not a common occurrence of heavy torrents of rain around swampy Baton Rouge is there?
ENE-News – EPA data shows radiation spike in major US city soon after explosions at nuclear waste facility nearby — AP: Drums of buried waste were blasted over site’s fence; Large crater reported — Emergency Official: US gov’t brought in “resources I’ve never even seen before, it was amazing” (VIDEO)
“By the mid 1940s, Mallinckrodt Chemical Works had run out of space to store the radioactive waste left behind, so in 1946 they began to ship the leftovers to a relatively underpopulated area north of St Louis, next to a creek by the name of Coldwater. It was here that approximately 250,000 barrels of radioactive material were dumped in shallow pits and exposed to the elements. . . . “
” . . . concerns disappeared after the Government and Mallinckrodt said the wastes were ‘not radioactive or otherwise dangerous’. “