Worst fire since 1992 getting close to Chernobyl nuclear power plant in Ukraine | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Worst fire since 1992 getting close to Chernobyl nuclear power plant in Ukraine

According to him, about 400 hectares of forest are engulfed in flames. "At 18.30 the situation with forest fires around Chernobyl has deteriorated. The flame is again engulfing the forest at the approaches to Chernobyl NPP. Upper level fire and sharp gusts of wind created a serious threat of fire spreading 20 km away from the Chernobyl NPP", - reported Avakov.

Because of the fire in Chernobyl the Prime Minister of Ukraine Arseniy Yatsenyuk immediately arrived at the area and convened the Commission on Emergency Situations. The national guard and Interior Ministry units have been called up.

"Yatsenyuk and officers of the Emergency Situations Service are working on site, in the vicinity of the line of fire," - writes the Minister of the Interior.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The problem are those plutonium burial pits. where Chernobyl disposed of the spent reactor fuel rods. They are highly radioactive and highly flammable. If they catch fire, the resulting spread of radiation will dwarf the original Chernobyl disaster!

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