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Note to Readers from Editor: We Cannot make this stuff up!
Note to Readers from Editor: We can’t make this stuff up! Late Tuesday night (2-26-2008) as we were rushing to publish our latest edition of the newsjournal, the lights were going out in Miami. Like some bad B movie from the 1950’s the local nuclear power plant in south Florida had turned itself off because a switch had over heated and a fire had started in one of the energy network’s sub-power stations.
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South Florida Nuclear Power Plant shuts down power grid for Miami
Turkey Point Nuclear Power Plant South Florida went Dark Tuesday night because a switch over heated
South Florida Nuclear Power Plant shuts down power grid for Miami
It took only three minutes for an overheated switch and then a fire at a power substation near Miami on Tuesday afternoon to shut down a nuclear plant south of the city and trigger Florida's largest blackout in at least 20 years. Figuring out why is going to take longer.
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