A fire broke out Thursday at a decommissioned nuclear power plant in the central Netherlands. An emergency services spokesman said the blaze was quickly brought under control and there was no danger of radioactive radiation. “There is no radioactivity involved,” Iwan Jacobs, a spokesman for the Security Region South Gelderland told The Associated Press in a telephone interview. The government’s Authority for Nuclear Safety and Radiation Protection said on its website that the fire was on the roof of the former power plant’s ventilation building. “The nuclear security is not at risk,” the authority said.
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