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Disgruntled Nuclear Worker Puts Radioactive Isotope In Water-Cooler

03/18/2010 05:12 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011

India's atomic power agency is investigating after a disgruntled nuclear power plant worker added a radioactive isotope to a workplace water-cooler.

Fifty-five employees at the high security Kaiga Nuclear Power Plant were given emergency medical treatment after they drank contaminated water spiked with the radioactive isotope tritium.

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