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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 1 in Belgium, Yugoslavia, Czechoslovakia,Germany, Peru, Argentina, and in Ukraine.2 in Canada and Russia. 3 in The U.K. 5in the U.S. and Japan. Nuclear Meltdowns 0 10 20 30 yes no I have no idea none of the above 0 5 10 15 20 aircraft carrier battle ship escort deystroyer HELICOPTER OR AIRPLANES 0 15 30 kill all the animals drive them to different waters make it toxic forever nothing 0 7 14 load as many people on as you can not make them have tickets open all gates bard from all doors TYPES OF BOATS AIRPLANE LINES MELTDOWNS AND WATER How would an evacuation be coordinated? First, the authorities would issue a code blue or a code red. A code blue is an emergency announced in a hospital or an institution in which a patient is in cardiac arrest. While a code red is a kind of potential hazard. Secondly, an emergency broadcast would be sent out on all mobile devices. Then everyone would leave the premises. The people with more authority would leave first. They would direct the evacuation. Nuclear reactors are used to make energy for people to use. A nuclear meltdown is a severe nuclear reactor accident that causes damage to the core of a nuclear reactor from overheating. The damage can make radiation leak from the reactor.Baltimore, Maryland, is the largest city in Maryland and the 26th most populated city in the U.S. Its also the largest seaport in the mid-Atlantic area. It is close to Washington, DC, where the president lives and the government runs the country.If a nuclear meltdown happened in Baltimore, leaking radiation could contaminate the Chesapeake Bay. The bay is the largest estuary in the U.S. and it is a major source of seafood for the country and the world and home to all kinds of animals and plants.The neighborhoods in Baltimore are all spread out, so it would be a challenge to get the people out. It would affect the harbor, businesses, and the homes. If people weren't evacuated, theywould get radiation sickness. It would look chaotic and people would be running for their lives. Nuclear meltdowns have lots of problems, but when there are problems there are solutions. When there is a meltdown it releases lots of radiation. When you are somewhere with radiation it hurts your body, and gets stuck on your clothes. Therefore if you throw out your clothes it gets rid of 90% of radiation. Also nuclear reactors waste is hard to get rid of, so you have to leave that area immediately. Reactors are supposed to have a cooling chamber where water flows in and cools the fuel rod. However if that breaks and your plant is close to the sea it is easiest to throw seawater on the reactor to cool it. When there is a meltdown usually there is a fire, so you dont only have to get away from the radiation, but you have to put out the fire to. Which means that you have to have a fire truck on site at all times. Even when their is not a meltdown the plant still releases some radiation, so you have to wear a hazmat suit. Nuclear meltdowns cause a lot of things. For example if radiation gets into it can remain in the atmosphere for decades destroying the ozone. One cause of a meltdown is not enough water flowing on to the fueling rods. When that happens you have to use your emergency water which usually can not cool it quickly enough which will make steam that melts the piping releasing radioactivity. The reactor has a containment wall to keep radioactivity in, but if it is damaged it will release it. Usually that happens when the wall gets too hot. they have a special liquid called coolant that they use during a meltdown, but they have to use it sparingly because if it runs out it takes a long time to get again. So overall if the fuel rods get really hot it cause a chain reaction causing a meltdown.
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