BREAKING: World's Largest Concrete Pump on way to Japan

According to a report in the Augusta Chronicle, The world's largest concrete pump, deployed at the construction site of the U.S. government's $4.86 billion mixed oxide fuel plant at Savannah River Site, is being moved to Japan in a series of emergency measures to help stabilize the Fukushima reactors.

In the interview a worker said, Japan needs it worse than we do.

The Mixed Oxide Fuel (MOX) plant at Savannah River would use the recycled plutonium like used at the severely leaking Reactor 2 at Fukushima.

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