BREAKING: Major U.S. City On LOCKDOWN- DHS, HAZMAT Deployed To Investigate NUCLEAR Threat- Here’s What We know

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Hazmat vehicles, chemists, physicists and emergency responders rushed to cordon off the area around the Region 2 Nuclear Regulatory Commission in Atlanta, Georgia.

The cause of the alarm and security implementation had to do with a man, described as African, walking into the building and claiming to have “red mercury” in his possession.

Red mercury has been described as a chemical used in the process of making nuclear weapons. The only problem is that it’s also been described as a hoax.

But if the chemical is just a hoax, what the hell is really going on here?

There are a couple reports coming through at the moment:

Officials are investigating in downtown Atlanta after reports that a man claiming to have red mercury from Africa walked into the Region 2 location of the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, police said.

“We received a call regarding a male coming into the facility carrying red mercury from Africa,” Atlanta police Officer Stephanie Brown said. “We are still gathering details on the call.”

But the information they present offers more questions than answers.

Earlier today, a bridge collapsed in a fiery explosion. Was this related or are the emergency teams just on high alert?


Here’s another report:

The Department of Homeland Security and the FBI are handling a hazardous materials situation at the Nuclear Regulatory Commission in downtown Atlanta.

Officials confirm they received a call saying a man carried red mercury from Africa into the facility.

The Atlanta Fire Department shut down parts of Courtland and Baker streets while they investigate the situation.

We will update you as soon as we know more.


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