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South Carolina nuclear power plant operator insists 'no danger to public' after 'small leak' forces reactor shutdown

South Carolina nuclear power plant operator insists 'no danger to public' after 'small leak' forces reactor shutdown | 12 Nov 2019 | A nuclear power plant in South Carolina was forced to halt operations indefinitely to repair a "small" coolant leak in its reactor. The plant operator insists the incident is so minor there was no need to inform the public. The coolant leak at the VC Summer nuclear plant in Jenkinsville, South Carolina, had been discovered several weeks ago and last week engineers were forced to shut its sole reactor down. The company in charge of the plant, Dominion Energy, says no nuclear material has escaped the facility.