Soldiers watch over levees, Omaha World Herald, July 10, 2011:
The military helicopter’s black shadow dances on an engorged Missouri River as the aircraft slowly loops the flood-encircled Fort Calhoun Nuclear Station — the same left-leaning turns the pilot navigated two days prior.
Warrant Officer Boe Searight, 32, with the Nebraska Air National Guard [...] and his colleague Chief Warrant Officer 2 Eric Schriner also are looking for new signs of trouble for the flooded plant.
“Keep daily eyes on it and see if anything changes,” says Schriner, 31. [...]
Published: July 10th, 2011 at 1:28 pm ET
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- Tornado watch near Ft. Calhoun nuke plant, flash flood warning near Cooper nuke plant — Heavy rain making flooding situation worse June 20, 2011
- Mystery fire at Ft. Calhoun nuke plant: Disabled ability to cool spent fuel pool — Feds sending special team of inspectors to learn more — Reactor will not restart until cause determined September 12, 2011
- Top Ft. Calhoun nuke plant official: To get to a disaster level floodwater would have to rise 3.5 feet above current levels — No one has a model of what river is going to do, says NWS hydrologist June 18, 2011
- Ft. Calhoun nuke plant can’t be inspected for damage until floodwaters recede — Restart may be some time next spring July 29, 2011