Nuclear Plant Near Richland Shuts Down After Cooling Problem Discovered


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A power company shut down a nuclear plant in south-central Washington state after operators received an indication that a system used to cool equipment wasn’t working.

Energy Northwest spokesman John Dobken said early Tuesday that no radiation was released from Columbia Generating Station near Richland, and no danger to the public was created.

He told The Associated Press that officials hope to restart the plant sometime this week.

The Tri-City Herald reported that the plant was shut down Monday after operators were alerted to problems with the system that uses water to provide cooling to heat exchangers and pumps, including those that control the power level of the reactor.
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