Chernobyl Reactor Meltdown by Alfie

It was April 25th the day before the reactor meltdown. It was a very sunny day but it was a bit draughty but nice. I had my dinner and went to bed. The next morning when I woke up. The ground started to rattle and my Mam and Dad rushed upstairs. “Come on we have to go” they said the reactor is having a meltdown so we had to dart for the train. The train was packed “the radiation but does it make any difference to me does it” I asked “I do not know” they said as the train took off.

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  1. Hello Alfie,
    I found your good use of the prompt interesting. Well done.
    You wondered if a nuclear reactor meltdown would make a difference to you. It would depend on how close you were. Chernobyl in 1986 (335,000) and Fukushima, Japan (154,000) in 2011 were evacuated because of the environmental dangers from radiation.
    Ross Mannell (Team 100WC)
    Teacher (retired), N.S.W., Australia

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