The Worst Nuclear Disasters
Windscale Fire, October 10, 1957
The incident occurred when the graphite core of a British nuclear reactor caught fire near Cumberland. The fire resulted in a release of a significant amount of radioactive contamination. It would come to be known as the worst reactor accident until Three Mile Island.
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