Officials Work To Shut Down At-Risk Nuclear Power Plants In Path of Hurricane Florence

By  //  September 12, 2018

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ABOVE VIDEO: Residents facing quadruple threat from Hurricane Florence.

(FOX NEWS) – Two at-risk nuclear power plants – one with the same design as the Fukushima plant – are in the center of Hurricane Florence’s path of destruction when it makes landfall later this week.

The potentially catastrophic Category 4 hurricane is barreling its way across the Atlantic and has set its eye on the Carolina coast and Mid-Atlantic region – bringing with it 130 mph winds and upwards of 40 inches of rainfall in some areas.

The storm will pass directly over two nuclear power plants in North Carolina when it makes landfall late Thursday night or early Friday morning.

It’s predicted to directly pass over the Brunswick Nuclear Plant – about 30 miles south of Wilmington – as well as the Shearon Harris Nuclear Plant in New Hill, a town farther inland.

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