HEAT+NUKE PLANT KILLS FISH ?
THOUSANDS OF DEAD FISH WERE FOUND NEAR THE NUCLEAR POWER PLANT ON LAKE LASALLE NEAR CHICAGO DURING EXTENDED HEAT WAVE . . . .THE WATER TEMPERATURE SKY ROCKETED TO 36 DEGREES CELSIUS (101 F ) . .IT DOESN'T HELP THE SITUATION WHEN THE POWER PLANT ROUTINELY DUMPS TONS AND TONS OF HEATED WATER DAILY INTO THE LAKE AS PART OF THEIR OPERATING PROCEDURE. . .note the above picture of dead fish is not from lake lasalle. the other picture is of the exelon nuclear reactor with excessive steam emitted . . .EMPLOYEES OF EXELON THE OPERATOR OF THE NUCLEAR PLANT REMOVED MOST OF THE DEAD FISH AT THE LAKE.
. . . . August 17, 2010 (BRAIDWOOD, Ill.) (WLS) -- Both reactors at the Exelon nuclear power plant in southwest suburban Braidwood remained shut down Tuesday, with the company unsure when they would start up again.
The Braidwood generating station is about 60 miles southwest of Chicago. People in the immediate area have heard loud sounds of steam venting from the 2,300-megawatt plant to reduce pressure.