there are other
pics of contaminated equipment used in the viscinity of Chernobyl.
there are other
Shame, each vehicle or helo represents at least one guy all ready dead or just about to.
Take a closer look, It seem that some BRDM`s engenies have been witdrawn.
Is there an oficial and final victims toll? Although it was tragic, all pictures from Chernobyl are kind of intriguing.
Is it possible that the people employed to dump these machines were using protective gear, or were these dumped while vacating the areaOriginally Posted by Wolfpack
no. it wont be.Is there an oficial and final victims toll? Although it was tragic, all pictures from Chernobyl are kind of intriguing.
a lot of people dead far away from chernobil, but still it was the reason.
not all of the people who worked there are dead, but some people who never were their are dead because of chernobil
Not quite. The first responders and the conscripts who extinguished the fires had little protection, some little more than dustmasks. Those working on the roof on the reactor where rotating on 15 minutes shifts to minimize exposure, but it wasn't enough. Some of them registered 800 times the prescribed maximum dose of radiation for a lifetime...Originally Posted by abhijit
Most of these brave (and sometimes unknowingly so) men died in the following months. There was an interview on tv a while ago with one of the few survivors. The doctors can't explain how he survived, 90% of his body was covered in radiation burns.
Those images are creepy...
There's pics from that woman who rode through on her bike a few years ago. You can see buildings evacuated in a hurry, all sorts of items, toys etc. strewn around.
Here's a good site with plenty of info about the accident and its consequences.
so you mean to say that these were dumped while vacating the area.
nice pictures, gota love those choppers, the size is massive
I was seening those images wow they certainly are creepy. Where are these photos from what country and what happened?
Chernobyl is in Russia. Back in 86 I believe, the nuclear reactor melted down and exposed the core to the atmosphere. Hundreds, if not thousands died. Some immediatly, most over time due to extreme radiation poisioning.
It's like sceens out of that Bruce Willis movie 12Monkeys. Just damn creepy...
Damn is it that hard to use google if you are not sureChernobyl is in Russia.