A dangerous find has been discovered in the warehouse of radioactive substances at the Croatian Roger Boscovich Institute. These are 400 kilos of unregistered and unguarded uranium. The building is situated in the centre of the capital city Zagreb.
The Croatian journalists claim, that private company staff responsible for the Institute buildings cleaning accidentally ran across the materials marked with “Radiation. Dangerous for life” notice.
The Zagreb residents, who learned about the unguarded uranium demanded authorities to investigate the case in short terms and assess the level of danger for life and health of the local people. Mood of panic has struck the city.
Specialists claim that uranium and its compounds are extremely toxic. The damage caused to the human body is almost irreversible.
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