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One killed in Arkansas nuclear plant accident

  • Crane collapse injures 8 others
  • Health officials: No danger of radiaton or pollution
Arkansas Nuclear One power plant

There is no danger of radiation or pollution from a deadly nuclear plant accident in Arkansas.

HLN affiliate KATV reports that one worker was killed and eight others were hurt when a crane collapsed during maintenance at the Arkansas Nuclear One plant about 80 miles northwest of Little Rock.

The collapse happened in an area of the plant where there is no radiation.

MORE from KATV: One dead, eight injured in nuclear plant accident

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