I think it will be interesting for all of you to see how people in other countries co-exist with nuclear.
Couple weeks ago radiation alarm signal was activated nearby one of nuclear power plant in Central Europe.
It was heard by almost 100.000 locals. Some took iodine pills, some opened their fridge for "the last time in their life", some tried to call local emergency line, which was busy. Rest of them ran out on the streets to find out what is going on. Some actually moved inside, closed their doors and windows, turned on their TV and radio while waiting for further info. It took almost an hour until additional details information followed - due to alarm malfunction people got into confusion.
What would they do if it was real?
Media only covered this story by one short report and shut up on the story. How would our media react on such an incidents?
Below you find some stuff from media.
and longer one