Radiation exposure caused severe burns to many firefighters and emergency workers who responded immediately to the disaster. Following the incident, many of these individuals suffered from radiation sickness, a condition that can cause nausea, vomiting, and burns. Some of these individuals later died as a result of their exposure to radiation.
It’s important to note that the effects of the Chernobyl disaster have been far-reaching and continue to impact people’s health and the environment to this day. The disaster is considered to be one of the worst man-made disasters in history, and its lessons continue to be studied and remembered. Radiation exposure footage to prevent similar tragedies from happening in the future.
Ten years after the nuclear disaster
The film was made ten years after the nuclear disaster. Video footage of the 9th of October 1996. Our Archival stock footage collection shows accident’s consequences over various years. In the history of humanity, nuclear disasters and their aftermath have played a major role. Chernobyl Catastrophic nuclear accident caused Multiple environmental and medical problems. Despite the danger, multiple camera crews traveled to the area.
Videos featuring Children Birth Defects after severe radiation effect
Children Birth Defects caused by the Chernobyl Nuclear accident have severe radiation effects. Video evidence of RADIATION EXPOSURE in the Soviet Ukraine and other nearby CIS territories. This video was filmed years later, concerning the Chernobyl nuclear catastrophe in 1986.
Stock footage of Chernobyl Nuclear accident
Scientists analyze the Chernobyl disaster impact in UKRAINE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES. The video clip below, filmed in relation TO CHERNOBYL ACCIDENT IN 1987. Scientists check plants radiation-related mutations.
Radiation exposure footage
The Chernobyl accident is a unique disastrous event. It is the major accident in the history of commercial nuclear plants. At TVDATA we have stock footage of three remaining reactors operating until 2000 as well as videos of abandoned Ukrainian city of Pripyat near the border with Belarus
25–26 April 1986
Black and white film footage of Nuclear reactor right after Nuclear explosion. Archival stock footage video clips from the TVDATA collection are available for licensing and worldwide rights. Russian video clips featuring nuclear tragedy and its consequences