Title: STOCKHOLM: Greenpeace drops item on Swedish reactor from glider to make point
Author: LENNART SIMONSSON
Date: May 21, 2013
[...] Greenpeace on Tuesday said it flew a paraglider over a nuclear reactor building in south-western Sweden and dropped an item upon it from the air to show how vulnerable the facilities were.
“As evidenced by the new stress test, Swedish nuclear power plants are both vulnerable and unprotected from threats – antagonistic or accidental – from the air,” Annika Jacobson, head of Greenpeace in Sweden.
The motorized paraglider dropped an item attached to balloons onto the roof of one of the four reactors at Ringhals [...]
[...] The item weighed about a kilogram [...]
Published: May 22nd, 2013 at 8:54 am ET
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