How did they dispose of the Chernobyl victims during the nuclear disaster?

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Mudassir Ali 9 months 1 Answer 95 views

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  1. All The Acute Radiation Syndrome victims were treated in Moscow hospitals. When they died they were buried, either in Mosco or close to their homes. Only two died on the night of the accident, of trauma; Valery Khodenchuk was never recovered. Vladimir Shashenok died that night in a Kiev hospital. The rest started dying about ten days later. A few were said to have been buried in metal coffins; I don’t know why this would have been a necessity unless they had fuel fragments in their bodies. One cannot “catch” radiation in the conditions at Chernobyl.

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