Friday, June 17, 2005

Nuclear terror alert spreads by sms

Residents of several Hungarian cities are reported to have spent the second half of this week in a state of panic over unverified reports that a nuclear reactor in a neighboring country had melted down, sending plumes of lethal radioactivity over Hungary. BOGUUS!
According to this piece of report, the nuclear terror was spread via e-mail and SMS. How else?
The warnings spoke of accidents at the infamous Chernobyl reactor complex in Ukraine, as well as plants in the Czech and Slovak Republics. Happily for Hungary, the reports are crap.


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