Russian Radiation

On Monday the Russian people expressed their anger about an explosion that took place on a small nuclear reactor at a military test site last week which went unacknowledged for days by their government.  The mysterious accident was cloaked in secrecy and the initial report said the blast killed two people and injured six, but later it was disclosed that the explosion killed five of its workers and injured three others.  Radiation levels have spiked, but we will probably never get a straight answer from Vladimir Putin.

Written for Linda G. Hill Life in progress One-Liner Wednesday – August 14 prompt.

7 thoughts on “Russian Radiation

    1. The phrase “not to mention” is not a rhetorical device of pretended omission, but it is used merely to point out that certain things have not been explicitly mentioned by name and I am happy that you brought this to my attention Peter.

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