Twenty workers at the The Hanford Site nuclear facility in Washington state were sent for medical evaluations after inhaling chemical vapors in the vicinity of a leaking nuclear waste tank which was being transferred, according to US Energy Department officials. Hanford tank workers were performing routine tasks at the vast nuclear waste site when they all started complaining of headaches on Thursday before being sent for medical evaluations, according to local news station KING. Starting around noon, two of the workers reported a metallic taste in their mouths after removing their oxygen respirators. They said they had headaches and sought medical attention. The AP tank farm where they were working was evacuated. Two hours later, two more workers said they had nausea and a dry throat after being exposed to vapors above a line used to transfer water between the AX and AP tank farms. The area they were working in was also evacuated and roadblocks set up as precaution. In a third instance, between 3:00pm and 4:00pm, seven more employees near a changing trailer outside the AX farm requested medical attention after smelling ammonia. The pumping and waste transfer was eventually halted. More workers requested medical evaluations on Friday because of potential exposure to chemical vapors, according to Tri-City-Herald, bringing the total to 20 people. Thirteen reported having various symptoms, most of which were not made public, and seven sought medical evaluations as a precaution, according to Washington River Protection Solutions. All but one has been cleared to return to work; that worker is still being evaluated. Wow really they have all been cleared to return to work after receiving nuclear poisoning? If they are getting a metal taste in their mouth, they probably shouldn't return to work and be kept from the general public. The Hanford nuclear site has been leaking for weeks now probably infecting the surrounding community, so very likely this nuclear poisoning is slowly being spread to the local populace. A nuclear leak should require a state of emergency where the surrounding community should be told to evacuate immediately. Likely though this will play out like the methane leak in Los Angeles, where a state of emergency won't be put in place until the local populace becomes infected and is able to spread it. In which they will only put a state of emergency in place after months of exposer. If you are in this area you need to leave immediately.
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