Broken Arrow – National Nuclear Emergency Alert – Little Rock Arkansas

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RADIATION DANGER
RADIATION DANGER

(VeteransToday) Elevated Gamma Radiation was detected yesterday, July 14, 2019, 50 miles North of Little Rock, Arkansas.

The elevated radiation level was made by a federal government radiation monitoring machine.

The State of Arkansas promptly closed down the RadNet radiation monitoring site. Arkansas’ local RadNet is a under Arkansas’ political control.

The radiation is spread by the wind and water. Additional information is not available at this time. News will be released by VT as it becomes available.
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Broken Arrow Update No 1 – National Nuclear Emergency Alert – Little Rock Arkansas

 

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  1. Great! This is about 80 miles south of me. This just about the time the hurricane remnants arrived here. Dead whales popping up in the gulf and radiation level increases after arrival of Barry…nah, doesn’t mean a thing..that’s why the state turned off the monitoring. FMTT

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