CONCORD, N.H. -- Two Massachusetts congressmen are again questioning security at New Hampshire's Seabrook nuclear plant.
Democrats Edward Markey and John Tierney said Wednesday in a second letter to the Nuclear Regulatory Commission that the agency should ''take immediate action to protect public safety."
Last week, Tierney and Markey said an intruder detection system wasn't installed correctly and the plant forced security guards to work overtime to compensate.
On Wednesday, they said additional safety issues were raised by a Seabrook employee regarding defective security cameras and the plant's failure to conduct a security analysis.
Plant spokesman Alan Griffith said, ''our safety system is vast, multilayered, not dependent on any one system. Public health or safety has never been compromised."