Australia: Kakadu traditional owners sound alarm over spill radioactive material

AAP: A burst tank at the Ranger uranium mine in Kakadu national park has released what traditional owners say is up to 1m litres of acidic radioactive slurry, in what they describe as one of the biggest nuclear accidents in Australian history. The site could be closed for up to two months as mine operators seek to contain it. At 1am on Saturday morning a hole was discovered in the side of a leach tank. Staff were evacuated before it collapsed. "This is up to a million litres of radiological material......

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