I am more than relieved that it was clearned safe and no leaks and that it didn't happend in the actual nuclear reactors. We are located just 20-30km (13-18miles) from the area.
In the few hours without actual information what has happened, I did actually search information what to do in case of the leak, and was already thinking should we buy iodine. Actually anyone located this near the nuclear sites, should always have iodine at home. We don't have, but maybe for the future I will get some...
For the nicer things, work trip went fine even it was really tiring. I worked 7 full days last week, came home so tired. Still I am, have been just home relaxing. I try to post some photos later. In one week, I will travel to Finland :)
AFP - At least one person was killed and four injured in a blast at a nuclear site in the south of France on Monday as the government sought to play down fears of a radioactive leak.
France's state nuclear regulator had said earlier that there was a risk of a leak after the blast at Codolet in the Rhone Valley near the southern city of Nimes.
Despite killing one person and wounding at least four more, the blast "did not cause any radioactive leak", a spokesman at the energy ministry said.
National electricity provider EDF confirmed the initial death toll following the explosion in an oven at the site.