Obviously, I'm not looking in the core of the reactor, but I am looking at what, at that time, was considered the source of the trouble, which was the water and where it was.
More Quotes from William Scranton:I was scheduled to give my first official press conference that morning anyway, 'cause I was chairman of the Governors Energy Council and I was making a press conference with regard to energy policy.
You need a graphic understanding of a situation to make a complete judgment and we didn't have that.
And if you're not going to have a clear health threat, you don't want to panic people.
But the issue became, how long do you keep the press waiting so that you can gather more information?
You clearly have radioactive air. The situation is still not under control because there's still radioactivity coming out into the atmosphere.
Getting you ready to go into an area of radioactivity is an enormously complicated undertaking which requires actually very precise moves.
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