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Topic - Dan Stoddard
"The plant is safe, we have seen no significant damage from any of our inspections thus far, there was no release of radioactivity," said Dan Stoddard, senior vice president of nuclear operations for Dominion.
Based on preliminary data, the plant did exceed some seismic measures for its site design but was still within safety margins, Mr. Stoddard said.