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Topic - Richard Breckenridge
Officials hoped to begin venting smoke and noxious fumes from a nuclear-powered submarine on Thursday so they could get inside to assess damage from an intense blaze that swept through the forward compartments.
Officials are venting smoke and noxious fumes from a nuclear-powered submarine at a Maine shipyard so they can get inside to assess what a fire did to it.
He said there is nuclear fuel on the sub, but the reactor has been shut down for two months.
Breckenridge said the firefighters isolated the flames so they would not spread to nuclear propulsion spaces.