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Seabrook Executive Fired After Shutdown

From Associated Press

The Seabrook nuclear plant’s No. 2 executive has been fired one week after low-power testing was abruptly suspended because of improper control room procedures, a spokesman said Friday.

George Thomas, a vice president in charge of nuclear production at the $6-billion reactor, was relieved of plant duties Thursday because of “inappropriate management actions” after the June 22 reactor shutdown, plant spokesman Ron Sher said.


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