Russian Chernobyl Invaders May Be Dead Men Walking

The horrific consequences of disrupting a nuclear site

Photo by Vladyslav Cherkasenko on Unsplash

In 1986, a major disaster resulted in an explosion at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant in Ukraine (then part of the Soviet Union) that killed 30 people and dosed the area around the plant with deadly radiation. One area received so much radiation that its trees turned red, leading people…




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