Please read article, cited after the quote. Articles open in a new window.
MOAB — Joette Langianese stood on a man-made hillside overlooking the expanse of the Colorado River, near a huge crane lifting a rail car and said the sight was so pleasing she nearly cried.
It was this equipment, these winding roads carved up the hillside and the trucks moving huge mounds of radioactive dirt that evoked such emotion.
“It’s like in eight years I was able to accomplish something, a lot of people were able to accomplish this,” she said.