UPDATE: EU Radiation Leak, Ukraine Plant Comes Under Scrutiny

The Zaporizhia nuclear power plant in Ukraine is coming under scrutiny after some conflicting stories have come out about the plants condition. One report says all reactors in Ukraine are on alert conditions, another claims Zaporizhia shut down after a problem but that no radiation was leaking out.

The two reports on Twitter:

russian_market
russian_market ☰ ВСЕГДА ГОТОВ ☰
BREAKING NEWS: Incident at the Nuclear Power Plant in #Zaporizhia /Ukraine/, the Fifth block turned off automatically bit.ly/vIn8mT

12 Nov
@russian_market ☰ ВСЕГДА ГОТОВ ☰
BREAKING NEWS: ALL NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS in Ukraine put on Alert after today’s incident at the Nuclear Power Plant in #Zaporizhia /Ukraine/

Lenta.ru is reporting a fault in the power systems but no emergency.
Russian Market via Joop;nl is stating all nuclear plants in Ukraine are on alert.

EURDEP is showing gradually lowering radiation levels over Europe over all and gradually lowering Iodine 131. Zaphorizhia is a possibility and the shutdown coincides with the levels dropping off in eastern Europe. But the radiation stations near the Krsko nuclear plant in Slovenia are still elevated compared to other areas. There is still the possibility of an outlier such as one of the medical reactors in Poland or Russia or yet another unknown source.

If you hear more on the situation in the EU please let us know in the comments or join the conversation at Scribble Live.

 

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