Breaking:Southern California blackout led to shutdown of two reactors at San Onofre nuclear power plant--1.4 million without power--The city of San Diego has set up its emergency operations center. 08 Sep 2011 More than 1.4 million customers lost power during a blackout in the San Diego area, and utility officials said power might not be fully restored until Friday. San Diego Gas and Electric said the outage appears to have originated in Arizona and that the agency is working with California power officials to bring the power back. Officials said the outages extended across Southern California and into Arizona and Baja California.
Heads up! The false flag alerts (lest we forget the largest US false flag, 9/11) are about to come fast and furious! Police agencies in NYC, DC alerted for 'credible' 9/11 terror threat --Terror threat called 'credible' for 9/11 anniversary--Police agencies in New York City or Washington have been alerted, NBC News reports 08 Sep 2011 A "specific, credible" threat has emerged surrounding the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks, U.S. officials said Thursday. But they emphasized that there was a great deal of uncertainty about the threat... NBC News said police in New York City and Washington had been alerted. An administration official told NBC News the threat "so far" was a 5 to 6 on a scale of 10.
Blackout shuts down San Onofre nuclear reactors 08 Sep 2011 The blackout affecting large swaths of San Diego County led to a shutdown of two reactors at the San Onofre nuclear power plant. Gil Alexander, a spokesman for Southern California Edison, said the power outage did not cause any safety issues. Alexander said a fluctuation in power caused the reactors to shut down at 3:38 p.m. but that the overall plant continues to have power.
Power out for millions in Calif., Ariz., Mexico 08 Sep 2011 A power outage is affecting millions of people across southern California, Arizona and Mexico. San Diego Gas & Electric Co. Darcel Hulce said that crews Thursday believe the outage was caused by a system breakdown [?!?] and assured people it was not the result of a terror attack. All outgoing flights from San Diego's Lindbergh Field have been halted and police stations are using generators to accept emergency calls.
NRC: Earthquake shook ground harder than Va. nuclear plant designed to withstand 08 Sep 2011 The Aug. 23 central Virginia earthquake shook the North Anna nuclear power plant harder than it was designed to withstand, officials from Dominion Virginia Power told the Nuclear Regulatory Commission on Thursday. The plant is located on the shores of Lake Anna, 12 miles north of the epicenter of the 5.8-magnitude earthquake, the largest in Virginia in more than a century. The dual-reactor at the North Anna facility experienced "strong" ground motion in the north-south direction for about three seconds during the August quake, said Eric Hendrixson, director of nuclear engineering for Dominion. [BTW, the PentaPost already changed its headline to more 'Dominion-friendly' titling. CLG, not beholden to corpora-terrorists as is The Washington Post, is using the unfriendly versio