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OYSTER CREEK NUCLEAR
Are Nuclear Plants Safe in Hurricanes? Incident During Sandy Suggests They May Not Be
Sandy did not kill hundreds -- as Hurricane Katrina did in New Orleans in 2005 -- thanks, in part, to timely evacuations and rescue efforts. And luckily, it did not trigger an even greater disaster at one of the region's nuclear power plants. But it could have.
Oyster Creek Nuclear Power Plant on Alert
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The situation is being actively monitored by NRC inspectors, and the NRC website is being updated on a regular basis. Plant operators are waiting for the intake levels to lower "below the specific criteria for the intake structure."
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