Another part of a missing medical radiation device that once contained cobalt-60 bears a sign in English warning of possible radiation, Dec. 10. 2013. Mexican truck driver Mauro Moya said he doesn't read English so didn't know of any radiation threat.
Another part of a missing medical radiation device that once contained cobalt-60 bears a sign in English warning of possible radiation, Dec. 10. 2013. Mexican truck driver Mauro Moya said he doesn't read English so didn't know of any radiation threat. MCT
Another part of a missing medical radiation device that once contained cobalt-60 bears a sign in English warning of possible radiation, Dec. 10. 2013. Mexican truck driver Mauro Moya said he doesn't read English so didn't know of any radiation threat. MCT

For Mexican town, fears linger over theft of radioactive cobalt-60

December 11, 2013 04:36 PM

UPDATED December 11, 2013 05:02 PM

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