ENVIRONMENT

Radiation risk remains as authorities step up search for missing capsul

SPECIALIST search teams from Western Australia’s Department of Fire and Emergency Services are searching Great Northern Highway with radiation survey meters, to try and detect the radioactive capsule lost enroute from Gudai-Darri to the north-eastern suburbs of Perth in mid-January.

 Capsule missing on the highway

Capsule missing on the highway

The search teams are driving in north and south directions in convoys at about 50km/h.                                                                                                                  ...

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