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March 18th, 2011
02:20 PM ET

Entergy 'puts safety first,' rep says

As the nuclear crisis in Japan continues, many companies are looking into their own emergency preparations in the event of a natural disaster.

Timothy Mitchell, senior Vice President of Engineering and Tech Services of Entergy Nuclear, which owns and operates many nuclear plants in the U.S.

Mitchell talks to American Morning's Kiran Chetry about the precautions his company has taken and the procedures they have put in place if any of his plants were struck by a natural disaster. He also discusses evacuation plans for the entire population of the New York metro area if the Indian Point Energy Center were to be compromised.

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