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07-25-2013, 07:59 PM #1
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A 55 gallon drum of depleted uranium was found in the area of a dismantled airplane at Opa-locka Executive Airport in Miami and hazardous materials crews were on scene.

The airport, located 14201 NW 42nd Avenue, is a reliever airport to the Miami International Airport, which offers aircraft maintenance and repair servivces. It is also the base of the U.S. Coast Guard air and sea rescue station.

Miami-Dade Fire Rescue evacuated a 150-foot perimeter to assess the hazard, spokesman Arnold Piedrahita tweeted.

Officials at Opa-locka airport said there were depleted uranium parts in a container, located outside a DC-10 aircraft, that was sealed and became unsealed. It is unclear how the container became unseald.

The aircraft was slated for demolition but had not yet been set off.

Authorities said there were no injuries.


07-25-2013, 08:06 PM #2
JayRodney ⓐⓛⓘⓔⓝ
Posts:30,426 Threads:1,479 Joined:Feb 2011
Holy crap! One would think DU products would be monitored at all times! damned.gif Just goes to show what a joke the war on terrorism really is.
All about spying on average people, not about keeping them safe. Same with the TSA, it's all about learning to submit to "authority" and "your papers please"
This is a multibillion dollar farce.

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07-26-2013, 05:05 PM #3
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heck, you think that is bad? Check out the major shipping lanes that pass along the West coast after the tsunami Fukushima nuclear reactor explosion that spewed harsh radiation and still is into the Pacific Ocean!! The major shipping lanes from Japan to Seattle, , Japan to Alaska, The lanes through panama canal, every boat that is in the pacific has a radioactive hull , with more Radsvts. than others and should stay in the pacific , anything coming into the gulf of Mexico from pacific should be denied entrance into the Guld due to radiation spread from their radioactive hulls!
This is major ƒükking shït and people better start waking the ƒück up on solving this shït if possible!
Japan just created their first robot worker, but with people getting a life dose of radiation in ten minutes at fukushima , then maybe telling you taht may wake your minds!

This radiation is going to cause the pacific plastic island to degrade in to a sludge slurry much more quickly and contaminate more if nothing is done, This is a global tragedy, and everyone will be affected, for many thousands of years! So we might want to start to do shït to fix this world instead of ruining it with a constant waste on wars and throwing ourselves into a debt rabbit hole that we should never of allowed these politicians to put us in , in the first place, Why now and not 10-20 years ago we didn't do anything, well you know what you have been brainwashed to believe and watch since then, so don't let me confuse you with facts...



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