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Radioactive capsule recovered

THE radioactive capsule that fell off the back of a truck in Western Australia’s Pilbara has been recovered about 50km south of Newman, where it set out from.

An autonomous water cart at Gudai-Darri.

An autonomous water cart at Gudai-Darri.

The capsule - 8mm high by 6mm round and containing a small quantity of caesium-137 - was in a gauge that was sent to SGS Australia's facility in the Perth industrial suburb of Malaga from Rio Tinto's Gudai-Darri...

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