The Westlake Landfill situation in Bridgeton, Missouri has communities surrounding the contaminated site worried about what could happen if an underground fire burning at the neighboring Bridgeton Landfill swallows the buried nuclear waste.  While public safety officials in some surrounding communities have put together contingency plans for such an event, two local fire chiefs say the Riverbend shouldn’t have anything to worry about.

Godfrey Fire Protection District Chief Eric Kambarian tells The Big Z they are aware of the situation.

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Alton Fire Chief Bernie Sebold says if an emergency of any kind, weather or man-made, were to happen, the Code Red notification system would be one of the first methods of warning the public.  You can click on the link at this story at for more information.


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