Victor Koshevoy, 76 was a liquidator of the Chernobyl accident and now suffers from a heart condition that keeps him from moving around. His prognosis is rather dim. Before moving to Slavutich, he lived in Pripyat at the time of the accident, and was involved in the clean up. While he blames his ...
Liquidators trying to control the nuclear accident at Chernobyl Unit 4.
Pictures: "Liquidators" Endured Chernobyl, 25 Years Ago
Anatoly Dyatlov, former deputy engineer for operations at Chernobyl. Photo: July 1995. The director of the experiment, Anatoly Dyatlov (31 March 1931 - 13 December 1995), was sentenced in 1987 to 10 years in prison "for criminal mismanagement of potentially explosive enterprises." He later wrote a memoir, Chernobyl. How it Happened, in which he blamed the accident on plant design, not the errors of plant workers. He died of heart failure before his sentence ended, due to radiation…
Russian Photographer inside Chernobyl Reactor in 1990
Josephine Pugh. Chernobyl: An Inventory of Mortality. A photographic essay of Chernobyl and Pripyat 25 years later
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Igor Fedorovich Kostin (born 27 Dec 1936 in Bessarabia, Romania) was the only photographer in the world to take pictures of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster near Pripyat in Ukraine, on 26 April 1986. Working for Novosti Press Agency (APN) as a photographer in Kiev, Ukraine, when he represented Novosti to cover the nuclear accident in Chernobyl. Kostin′s aerial view of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant was widely published around the world, showing the extent of the devastation.
Chernobyl — JENS HONORE. Some people will stay put NO MATTER WHAT. Nuclear disasters, hurricanes, floods. Home is home.