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'Lost tapes' unearthed from Chernobyl show never-before-seen footage

Unseen footage from the aftermath of the 1986 Chernobyl disaster will be shown in HBO's new documentary Chernobyl: The Lost Tapes.

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Published Jun 5, 2022 1:25 AM CDT   |   Updated Sat, Jun 25 2022 10:49 AM CDT

HBO has released a new trailer revealing an upcoming documentary titled "Chernobyl: The Lost Tapes."

The Chernobyl nuclear disaster occurred at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant in Ukraine on April 26th, 1986, about 81 miles (130 kilometers) north of Kyiv, the capital city of Ukraine. It was the worst nuclear accident in history, and a massive amount of time and work was required to clean up the aftermath, as shown in HBO's previous work involving the disaster, the 2019 Chernobyl miniseries.

The documentary will include "never before seen" footage following workers involved in the clean-up effort and more. The trailer shows footage from atop the buildings at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant and from inside medical facilities at the time, showing the health effects people were suffering from due to radiation. Footage from courtrooms containing officials involved in the disaster is also shown, and civil unrest in the streets of the Soviet Union, which Ukraine was a part of at the time.

HBO's new documentary will premiere on HBO Max on June 22nd, 2022, at 9 p.m. ET/PT (04:00 UTC June 23rd).

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