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Hurricane Irma may plow into a site full of Cold War-era nuclear waste

Hurricane Irma, or what's left of it, may plow into the continental US over the weekend. There's a chance the damaging winds and heavy rainfall could affect Savannah River Site, a large Cold War-era nuclear reservation in South Carolina. The site hosts tens of millions of gallons of liquid nuclear waste in storage tanks, plus burial grounds filled with contaminated objects.
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