Fowl play suspected at nuclear plant

The Seabrook nuclear generating facility (New Hampshire, USA) briefly locked down its plant and called the FBI after an electronic monitoring device showed a “potential intruder” on its system. A Seabrook security employee told the FBI he had seen a square-looking object cross his screen near the boundary of the grounds. Plant employees immediately began looking for the intruder. One employee, doing an external check from his vehicle outside the enclosure, reported that he saw a large wild turkey flying over his vehicle. This was seen at about the same time and near the same location that the security employee saw the image on his screen, so it could be safely assumed that the intruder was a turkey.

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