In 1986, the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant in Russia suffered a meltdown that still ranks as one of the worst man-made disasters in history.
The accident at Chernobyl killed four workers instantly and sickened much of the rest of the local population.
Seven years later in 1993, KEZI 9 News traveled to the region with a team of researchers from the University of Oregon.
Oregon researchers David Hulse and John Baldwin took part in a project to develop coping strategies for the villagers who remained.
Here is a look back at their visit to Chernobyl, reported by Doug Barber.