Mar 28, 2014 23 Photos March 28, 1979 — 35 years ago — the nuclear power plant at Three Mile Island in eastern Pennsylvania suffered a partial meltdown, triggering the worst nuclear disaster in U.S. history, “although its small radioactive releases had no detectable health effects on plant workers or the public, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission has reported.” Negatives from Jimmy Carter’s trip to Three Mile Island, Pennslyvania, April 1, 1979. This photograph is a part of.
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