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Grand Canyon visitors & employees may have been exposed to dangerous radiation levels for years
Posted 3 months ago
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Tourists and employees at the Grand Canyon National Park may have been exposed to dangerous levels of radiation for years, federal officials said.

Three paint cans stored in the Grand Canyon's museum collection were found to be full of radioactive uranium for decades.  The cans have been removed and the area is now safe.

The National Park's safety director says thousands of people were possibly affected.

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