Across river from the state of Nebraska’s Fort Calhoun Nuclear plant, possibly leaking radiation now, Red Cross is preparing for 10,000 evacuees as a Warning Level 1 has been issued in Project Flood 2011 where the Mighty Missouri River continues swelling, and water is bubbling from the ground near the levee. Tornado sirens are planned to get people out of harms way while over sixty buses standby to haul people if evacuation is mandated.
The Warning includes, “LEVEE MAY BE IMPACTED. MAKE PREPARATIONS TO LEAVE.” Families are packing in Council Bluffs, Omaha, Nebraska after water is forcing sand into their homes according to Action3News.
Although the Omaha based news station made no mention of the nearby nuclear power plant facing catastrophe, Omaha Public Power District (OPPD) that owns the nuclear facility has. On its website, OPPD warned people to not be in the floodwaters due to possible radiation leaking from the nearby nuclear power plant.
Earlier on Saturday, the Russian Federal Atomic Energy Agency (FAAE) released information provided to them by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) stating that the Obama administration ordered a “total and complete” news blackout relating to any information regarding a near catastrophic meltdown of Fort Calhoun Nuclear Power Plant.
Weather Underground reports an “Active Advisory: Flood Warning (US Severe Weather) is in effect for the area.“
Officials report that if a levee is failing, a Level 2 Warning will be issued.
Evacuation is mandatory if a Level 3 Warning is issued. Tornado sirens will sound if a Level 3 is in effect. City officials advise that if a Level 3 is issue, “Please report to the processing Center located at Iowa Western Community College (unless a different site is advised).”
In the case of a Level 3 Warning, the official advisement is that the “primary evacuation route is (to be announced) and you secondary evacuation route is (to be announced).”
“If you are unable to leave on your own, call 328-4672. Do not call 911 unless it is an emergency.”
City officials are advising people to register for a Code Red.
“Fire Chief Alan Byers says he can’t tell at this point how bad it will get or how many people will be affected,” reports Action 3 News.
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