America’s Most Dangerous Building – Rocky Flats Building 771
“The Most Dangerous Building in America” an ABC Nightline investigative video report. For educational purposes.
The situation was so bad at Rocky Flats that the U.S. Department of Energy had nothing else to do but tell the truth – Rocky Flats Building 771 is the most dangerous building in America.
The following 1994 video considers many unknowns concerning the history of Rocky Flats Building 771. The former Rocky Flats Nuclear Weapons Plant was ‘raided’ by the FBI and EPA in June 1989. U.S. EPA added Rocky Flats to the Superfund – National Priority List (NPL) – in September 1989. Rocky Flats processes were transferred to drums meant for one-year storage however the waste drums sat for five-years.
In April 1992 a Rocky Flats review team anticipated Building 771 questions “to provide for a controlled transition.” (Facility History for Building 771 at the Rocky Flats Plant by M.H. Chew & Associates, Inc). The 78-page report also details a history of criticalities, spills and contamination. Additional information is available about the 78-page report at https://rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com/building-771-history-rocky-flats-plant/