Workers at America's biggest nuclear waste dump claim the clean-up is making them sick

PHOTO: Circa News

The Hanford site was crucial in World War II, developing the plutonium that was eventually dropped on Nagasaki in Japan. But 70 years later, workers at the site have a new mission: clean up the millions of gallons of chemical waste left behind.

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