Strange Days at U.S. Nuclear Plant: “Individual” lying on ground unconscious, pronounced dead — Possible human remains found soon after… “Obviously, it’s quite rare”

Published: February 17th, 2013 at 1:19 pm ET
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NRC: Event Notification Report for February 8, 2013 (h/t rumorecurioso): At 1620 EST on 2/7/2013 an emergency medical report was received in Unit 1 Control Room that an individual was reported to have collapsed and was lying unconscious outside of the protected area. Fire protection and Emergency Medical personnel were dispatched to the scene. The individual was unresponsive, without a pulse and not breathing. Off-site medical assistance was immediately requested. CPR was commenced and continued until transfer of the individual to off-site medical ambulance service Medic 1. An Automatic External Defibrillator (AED) was used once, as allowed by the AED. Confirmation of the fatality was received at 1735 EST on 2/7/2013. The individual was pronounced dead at 1712 EST on 2/7/2013. Both Units remain at 100% power. This Event notification is being made due to the onsite fatality. The NRC Resident Inspector has been notified.

NRC: Event Notification Report for February 13, 2013 (h/t anonymous tip): At 1530 EST on February 12, 2013, bones were discovered in the debris removal baskets in the Screen House at the Cook Nuclear Plant. These bones have the potential to be human remains. Local law enforcement agencies have been notified and the remains were removed by law enforcement personnel. The NRC Senior Resident Inspector was notified. Plant operations was not impacted by the event. This notification is being made in accordance with 10 CFR 50.72(b)(2)(xi) due to notification of offsite agencies and potential for media involvement related to the discovery.

Bloomberg: Bones Found at Michigan Nuclear Plant May Be Human […] Berrien County sheriff’s officials collected the bones and are determining if they are human, Bill Schalk, a [Cook nuclear] plant spokesman, said in a phone interview. “Obviously, it’s quite rare” for bones to turn up in a nuclear plant’s water intake system, Scott Burnell, a spokesman for the federal atomic agency, said in an e-mail. […] Divers found 6-inch (15 centimeter) and 4-inch bone fragments […] A spokesman for the Berrien County’s sheriff’s office in St. Joseph, Michigan, couldn’t immediately be reached for comment.

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Published: February 17th, 2013 at 1:19 pm ET
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10 comments to Strange Days at U.S. Nuclear Plant: “Individual” lying on ground unconscious, pronounced dead — Possible human remains found soon after… “Obviously, it’s quite rare”

  • Proton

    just makin examples out of whistle blowers… nothin to see here folks move along

  • jec jec

    Strange, NO MEDIA COMMENTS. Maybe because..'no immediate health risk?" First a body..then human remains in an intake flow to the plant..all non emergency. One life or two..nothing important in the nuclear flow I guess..vent baby vent…

    • AGreenRoad AGreenRoad

      It is not strange.. it fits in with the corporate agenda… no news is allowed on the mass media that hurts large corporations profits, even if that news may mean saving millions of lives.

      That is why you see extensive coverage of mass murderers, royalty, movie stars, and shootings… none of these hurt corporate profits… actually most 'news' creates fear, which is GOOD for corporate profits.

      Corporations feed off of and create fear, in order to control and manipulate people..

      Fear of illegal drugs; create massive profits for private prisons

      Fear of terrorists; massive profits and no bid contracts for 'wars'

      Fear of criminals; massive private prison profits

      Fear of 'illegals'; massive profits for private holding centers

      Fear of Socialists; massive profits in monopolies that destroy community

      Fear of unions; massive profits as unions are broken up, jobs exported

      This is the tip of the iceberg..

      Choose love, be fearless.

  • razzz razzz

    …Plant operations was not impacted by the event…

  • Time Is Short Time Is Short

    “Obviously, it’s quite rare”

    What? Sudden Death Syndrome? Not in my neck of the woods. And much more to come.

  • Stephengn

    Dead men tell no tales. At this point I wouldn't be at all surprised if the remains of Jimmy Hoffa were found in one of the fuel pools

  • pcjensen

    macabre…

  • probie probie

    http://www.nrc.gov/reading-rm/doc-collections/event-status/event/2013/20130219en.html#en48747 "After analysis by the Berrien County Sheriff's Department, it was determined that the bones discovered in the debris removal baskets in the screenhouse at the Cook Nuclear Plant on February 12, 2013 at 1530 EST were not of human origin, but most likely from a deer or other animal."

  • AGreenRoad AGreenRoad

    Symptoms Of Low Dose Radiation Exposure; via A Green Road
    http://agreenroad.blogspot.com/2012/11/symptoms-of-low-dose-radiation-exposure.html

    Jeffrey Patterson MD on Nuclear Power and Human Health; via A Green Road http://agreenroad.blogspot.com/2012/05/jeffrey-patterson-md-on-nuclear-power.html

  • AGreenRoad AGreenRoad

    Actually, it is quite COMMON for people to die more often and get sick more often the closer they live to a nuclear power plant, according to multiple scientific studies; especially kids.

    Now go to work INSIDE Of a nuclear power plant.. what do you expect?

    Longer life, better health, or the opposite?