Evening sets on the San Onofre atomic power plant December 6, 2004 in northern San Diego County, south of San Clemente, California.
With radioactive releases now spewing from Japan's crippled nuclear power plant, some Californians are wondering about the safety plans for our two reactors in central and Southern California.
Host Rachael Myrow talks with Murray Jennex, an associate professor at San Diego State University. He worked at San Onofre for 17 years in the 1980s and '90s. His specialty is nuclear containment leak rate testing.
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