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August 29 2012

surveyork
18:59
BURLINGTON, Kan. — Drought conditions are draining a reservoir used to cool the Wolf Creek Nuclear Power Plant, but officials of the eastern Kansas plant say there are no worries about safety or the ability to provide electricity to customers.
Drought raises concern about Kansas nuclear plant | Wichita Eagle

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