Salem County, New Jersey Nuclear Reactors Power Down From Irene Debris via Huffington Post

LOWER ALLOWAYS CREEK, N.J. — Two of the three nuclear reactors in a southern New Jersey county have powered partway down because debris from Hurricane Irene is blocking cooling water intakes.

PSEG Nuclear spokesman Joe Delmar said Wednesday that the Salem I and Salem II units in Salem County are getting unusual amounts of grass and trash at the screen where water is taken in from the Delaware River.

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