If, by God, you mean Loki.
I was just listening to NPR's recap on pandemic news from around the globe. Japan, check. Italy, check. USA, check. Then they turned to Chernobyl in the Ukraine. There, emergency crews are fighting a forest fire that has caused radiation levels to spike 16 times above normal.
“There is bad news – radiation is above normal in the fire’s centre,” Yegor Firsov, head of Ukraine’s state ecological inspection service, said on Facebook on Sunday.
Kiev has mobilised two planes, a helicopter and around 100 firefighters to fight the blaze, which broke out on Saturday and spread over 20 hectares in a forested area near the Chernobyl power plant.