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+ - Nuclear power plants in the path of Hurricane Sandy->

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hessian
hessian writes "U.S. electric companies from Maine to
Florida were bracing for heavy wind, rain and flooding that
could take down power lines and threaten to close some East
Coast nuclear plants early next week when Hurricane Sandy comes
ashore.
        More than a dozen nuclear plants are located near Hurricane
Sandy's path in North Carolina, Virginia, Maryland, New Jersey,
Pennsylvania, New York and Connecticut, providing power to
millions of customers in the region."

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Nuclear power plants in the path of Hurricane Sandy

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