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Question: If a nuclear power plant accident results in the release of a radioactive plume, an individual 30 miles (48 km) downwind should be concerned about

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  1.  Direct exposure to radiation from the passing plume
  2.  Direct exposure to radiation from fallout
  3.  Contaminated food and water
  4.  The need for sheltering or evacuation

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3. Contaminated food and water

If a nuclear power plant accident results in the release of a radioactive plume, an individual 30 miles (48 km) downwind should be concerned about contaminated food and water.

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