The FSUE Radon sensor on a radioactive hill, where they are going to drive piles for the South-Eastern chord, showed data in 1806 microroentgens per hour, which is 60 times higher than normal.

As soon as data on 18.06 microsieverts per hour appeared on the scoreboard, activists called the Ministry of Emergency Situations. But the rescuers refused to go to the scene, arguing their failure to appear by the fact that they have a “simple sensor”, and advising to call the duty “Radon”.

People do not know what is associated with such high rates. The reason could be short-term bursts of background radiation at the burial ground.

Official services refused to appear at the site, so it is difficult to talk about the reasons for such a large level of radiation. But the fact is that it is.

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