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“On the morning of August 10, 1985, the nuclear reactor of the K-431 Echo-II submarine was in the process of being opened, when a wave, created by a passing navy torpedo boat, rocked the ship and caused all the fuel rods to dislodge.”
“Even today, the sunken K-431 submarine continues to be a source of radiation, particularly cobalt-60. The entire region is heavily polluted, as old and derelict nuclear submarines were scuttled here over a period of several decades and radioactive liquid and solid waste dumped into the sea.”