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Fukushima

Even with years of rigorous emergency drills, the community around Fukushima was unprepared. Indian Point lacks firefighting equipment, and the evacuation plan would take nine-and-a-half hours to evacuate the 450,000 people within a 10-mile radius.
Indian Point, the nuclear power plant located 35 miles from New York City, "is operating normally" following today's earthquake,
As in all things, it falls to the cyclists to save NYC from perdition.
Since the devastating earthquake in Japan led to a Chernobyl-level nuclear crisis around the Fukushima reactor there, we've been concerned with the safety of our own nearby nuclear and at-risk plant, Indian Point.
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