Nuclear power plant water leak contained

Darlington nuclear power plant

A heavy water leak at a nuclear power plant in Canada was contained and recovered Tuesday.

Ontario Power Generation said there was no risk to workers or the public when the heavy water leak was discovered at the Darlington Unit 2 nuclear power plant in Ontario, according to Global News. The reactor was shut down and the investigation continues into the cause of the leak.

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