I'm doing a research paper on the Chernobyl Incident, and came across this video.
For those of you who don't know, the Chernobyl disaster was a nuclear reactor experiment gone wrong. The technicians at the power plant doing the experiment avoided safety procedures to carry out the experiment, which led to the reactor exploding and releasing massive amounts of radioactive elements into the air. The immediate disaster was deadly, but was nothing compared to the aftermath of the incident. Cancer, liukemia, and other disease's rates increased in neighboring countries due to the wind carrying the radioactive emissions far beyond its starting point.
Video is kinda long...but it's crazy...place that use to be populated with several thousands of people has dwindled to a mere few. I thought it was interesting.