- uploaded: Jan 31, 2012
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Original Post By: SheilaAliens
Byron Nuclear Power Plant Loses Power (Illinois) - Jan. 30, 2012
"Fire departments receive a rare emergency call to the Byron nuclear plant today.
A missing plume of steam, a deafening roar and a troop of fire engines turn out to be no cause for alarm today in Byron.
"I first noticed the roar about ten o'clock this morning," says Byron resident, Charles Fisher. "I had heard it before."
That roar Fisher and most other Byron residents hear is steam being released manually from the Byron Station nuclear energy facilities."
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