The late 1950s was a bad time for nuclear accidents, with power excursions, criticality events and meltdowns galore!
Needless to say if you were working back then in the nuclear industry then you better have had good insurance.
Today we are back at the Los Alamos laboratory for the 3rd and lesser known fatality from a criticality event, the first two being linked to the demon core.
The event would be named after its victim and called the Cecil Kelley Criticality event.
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By Los Alamos National Laboratory - From LANL's report on criticality accidents, 2000, http://www.csirc.net/docs/reports/la-13638.pdf
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