The plant entered a scheduled refueling outage on March 24. During the outage, a contractorâs crane collapsed while moving a generator stator out of the turbine building. One worker was killed and eight others were injured.
Unit 1 required extensive restoration efforts, including damage evaluation, repairs to non-nuclear plant components and rescheduling refueling activities, plant owner Entergy (NYSE: ETR) said in a release.
Unit 2 automatically shut down during the accident as it was designed to do and was brought back to service in April after extensive evaluations.
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