Debate Over Shut-down of Indian Point Intensifies

Friday, March 29, 2002

Since September 11th the long running debate over whether to shut down Westchester's Indian Point nuclear power plant has intensified. While closing the plant could be a long and difficult process, area residents, officials, and activists have begun grappling with the one issue over which they have some immediate control: the evacuation plan. WNYC's Sidsel Overgaard reports.

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