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https://www.propublica.org/.../six-ways-fukushima-is-not-cher...Mar 18, 2011 - There are key differences between what happened at Chernobyl and the ... the colour of Vladimir Pravik's eyes had turned from brown to blue;
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Chernobyl was the accident that the nuclear industry said would never ...the eyes of firefighter Vladimir Pravik changed frombrown to blue.
www.theguardian.com › World › RussiaMar 25, 2006 - Now, nearly 20 years after the disaster, the survivors of Chernobyl are .... the colour of Vladimir Pravik's eyes had turned from brown to blue; ...
A fatal dose of radiation is estimated at around 400REM - which would be absorbed by anyone whose body is exposed to a field of 400 roentgen for 60 minutes. On the roof of the turbine hall, both gamma and neutron radiation was being emitted by the lumps of uranium fuel and graphite at a rate of 20,000 roentgen an hour; around the core, levels reached 30,000 roentgen an hour: here, a man would absorb a fatal dose in just 48 seconds. It was a full hour before Pravik and his men, dizzy and vomiting, were relieved and rushed away by ambulance. When they died two weeks later in Hospital No 6, Zakharov heard that the radiation had been so intense the colour of Vladimir Pravik's eyes had turned from brown to blue; Nikolai Titenok sustained such severe internal radiation burns there were blisters on his heart. Their bodies were so radioactive they were buried in coffins made of lead, the lids welded shut...............................