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                Canadian officials accidentally push nuke alert to millions


                People throughout the Canadian province of Ontario awoke Sunday to a cellphone alert warning them of an “incident” at a nuclear plant just east of Toronto — only to later be told the message was a mistake.


                The message, which was transmitted throughout the nation’s most populous province, was accompanied by a shrill emergency broadcast noise. It said an unspecified event had occurred at the Pickering Nuclear Generating Station. There was no abnormal release of radioactivity, it added and people did not need to take protective action.



                More than an hour later, utility officials sent another message saying the alert “was sent in error” and that there was “no danger to the public or environment.”


                “No further action is required,” said the message, which was also sent to television screens.


                The alert went out during a routine training exercise being conducted by the Provincial Emergency Operations Centre, Ontario Solicitor General Sylvia Jones said in a statement that apologized for the mistake.

                安大略省总检察长西尔维娅·琼斯在一份声明中为这一错误道歉,表示说,警报是在省紧急行动中心进行ξ 的一次例行训练中发出的。

                She said the government had started a full investigation and would “take the appropriate steps to ensure this doesn’t happen again.”


                Jim Vlahos, a 44-year-old Toronto man, awoke to the alert and quickly made a hotel reservation more than 60 miles away in Niagara Falls. He said he figured he would go as far west as possible and then cross the border.

                44岁的多伦多男子吉姆·弗拉霍斯(Jim Vlahos)被警报惊醒,很快在60多英里外的尼亚加拉瀑布(Niagara Falls)预订了一家酒店。他说,他应该尽可能往西走,然后越过★边境。

                Many people slept through the first alert and saw it was a false alarm by the time they woke up.


                Ontario Power “has a sophisticated and robust notification process in place that we would immediately follow in the unlikely event of an incident at the station,” Chief Nuclear Officer Sean Granville said. “I want to assure the public that there was no incident at the station and the plant is operating as designed.”


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