Is Lancashire ‘at risk of nuclear contamination’?

Is Lancashire ‘at risk of nuclear contamination’?
 

0 Have your say Nuclear convoys carrying warheads routinely drive on the M6. If one crashed, or was attacked by terrorists, more than 260,000 people could be in danger of contamination, according to a new report.
Nuclear bomb convoys on the M6 are putting more than a quarter of a million people at risk from radioactive contamination in Lancashire, according to a report by campaigners.
Anti-nuclear campaigners warn 165 schools, seven hospitals and four railway stations could all be affected if transporters carrying Trident warheads crashed along the route through the county.
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12 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 19
Source: Wigan Today
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