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Members of the K-19 crew, Victor Strelets and Gennady Glushakov.

Forty-five years ago, the world faced an unparalleled ecological catastrophe. Deep in the frigid North Atlantic, the coolant system on board the Soviet K-19 nuclear submarine suddenly failed. But a meltdown was miraculously prevented.