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Grand Canyon responds after tourists possibly exposed to radiation


Federal agencies, including the National Park Service are investigating why for nearly two decades tourists. Visit. The Grand Canyon National park museum. We're exposed to elevated levels of radiation officials say the uranium or in rocks were stored in three five gallon buckets in the building the park safety manager Elston Stevenson tells CNN he raised questions about the safe levels of radiation. But his requests for action were ignored uranium or naturally naturally occurs in the rocks of the Grand Canyon and a spokesperson for the interior department told CNN there is no current risk to the public or park

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