Did a major underground explosion rock the Fordow nuclear facility in Iran on Monday?
According to a former intelligence officer of the Islamic regime, an explosion deep within Iran’s Fordow nuclear facility has destroyed much of the installation, trapping 240 personnel deep underground. The explosion allegedly occurred at 11:30 a.m. Tehran time on Monday, Jan. 21, 2013. The report of the blast came via Hamidreza Zakeri, formerly with the Islamic regime’s Ministry of Intelligence and National Security,
According to a source in the security forces protecting Fordow, an explosion rocked the site that is buried about 300 ft. deep under a mountain. The blast, which shook facilities within a three-mile radius, occurred at the third centrifuge chamber with the high-grade enriched uranium reserves below them.
Security forces enforced a no-traffic radius of 15 miles, and the Tehran-Qom highway shut down for several hours after the blast. The site’s two elevators are out of commission, and as of Wednesday afternoon, rescue workers had failed to reach trapped personnel.
Allegedly, the information was passed on to U.S. officials, but it has not been verified or denied by the regime or other sources within the regime. President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad called an urgent meeting Tuesday with the head of Iran’s Atomic Energy Organization and other officials.
Has there been an explosion at Fordow? Could it have been sabotage?
Credit for this information goes to Reza Kahil. Source
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