US poorly prepared for dirty bomb cleanup


A DIRTY bomb attack on the US would find the country ill-prepared to clean up the resulting radioactive mess, a government watchdog warned this week. A release of polonium-210 in London in 2006 showed how difficult and expensive it can be to clean up radioactive material, says Gene Aloise of the US Government Accountability Office, which on Monday submitted a report on nuclear terrorism to a congressional committee. The aftermath of a dirty bomb would be much worse. The polonium incident taught the British government how to prepare for such an event,
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