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A cloud of concrete dust engulfs a cooling tower at the Trojan Nuclear Power Station on the banks of the Columbia River near Rainier, Oregon, USA. The 150 m high towers were dropped by Marylandbased demolition contractor Controlled Demolition Inc as part of the station's decommissioning programme.