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“Temperatures falling as low as -10C for a third night running have left icy ground conditions across England east of the Pennines, where level-three warnings of black ice on roads remain in force.”
“The level-three rating for the reactors known as Fort Calhoun in Nebraska, Robinson Unit Two in South Carolina and Wolf Creek in Kansas means they have multiple problems of low-level concern, or a few issues of higher concern, Mr. Burnell said.”
“Mr. Jaczko told a House appropriations subcommittee Thursday that the level-three plants are getting a "more intensive review, from a safety perspective," adding that the agency has "a very conservative system so we like to identify problems early.”
“Some plants have wound up on the level-three list in the past by failing to resolve issues over air pockets in their emergency core cooling systems, Mr. Burnell said.”
“A few months ago there were six reactors on the level-three list.”
“The level-three designation, also known as "column three," triggers more inspections by federal regulators and demands on plant management to resolve the problems.”
“The Xinhua news agency reports that the meteorological administration issued a level-three emergency alert Sunday for areas in the middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River.”
“She says she was shocked to find out Burchett is a level-three sex offender who had spent five years in prison and had just gotten out last spring.”
“KITSAP COUNTY -- The man who posed as a soldier and spun a sad story to win the hearts and generosity of North Bend residents is also a level-three sex offender.”
“What should investors look out for when it comes to these level-three assets?”
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