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Two treated for nuclear exposure

Dounreay
The incident happened inside the site's dome in July.

Two workers at the Dounreay nuclear site in Caithness were treated for exposure to radioactive material, it has been revealed.

The incident happened inside the site's dome in July.

Dounreay Site Restoration Limited, which is leading the plant's demolition, said the workers did not suffer any lasting harm.

A meeting of the Dounreay Stakeholder Group was told of the incident on Thursday.



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