NASA wants nuclear-contaminated Santa Susana site to be made a historic landmark August 13, 2020

Los Angeles Times

“NASA’s proposal is beyond audacious,” said Denise Duffield, associate director of Physicians for Social Responsibility-Los Angeles. “There is no mention of the 1959 partial nuclear meltdown in its nomination application.”

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