Woolsey Fire Started at Toxic Santa Susana Lab December 31, 2018

By Physicians for Social Responsibility-LA, & Parents vs. SSFL | Nukewatch

The Woolsey Fire began on November 8 at the Santa Susana Field Laboratory (SSFL)—a heavily contaminated experimental reactor and rocket testing facility 30 miles from Los Angeles—and burned much of the site.

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