Two Nuclear Reactors Taken Off Line After Earthquake In Virgina

North Anna Nuclear Generating Station shut down in
Louisa County, VA – Wiki image

The Intel Hub

Two nuclear reactors were taken offline at the North Anna Power Station due to the earthquakes in Virginia.

Federal officials say two nuclear reactors at the North Anna Power Station in Louisa County, Va., were automatically taken off line by safety systems around the time of the earthquake 

The Dominion-operated power plant is being run off of four emergency diesel generators, which are supplying power for critical safety equipment.

Whether or not they were damaged and releasing radiation is unknown at this time and unfortunately we will most likely never know considering the fact that all major nuclear disasters have been covered up worldwide.

Anna Rhett Miller, a reporter for CNN has tweeted the following:

NRC confirms Dominion’s North Anna plant has lost offsite power, is shut down, and is now using backup generators to keep spent fuel cool.

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