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  • Will Crawford's Chief Dan Mathews and his team find the pellets before someone is exposed to them by opening the device

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      Highway Patrol, starring Broderick Crawford, continued its opening season of police drama with a show entitled Radioactive. As the title indicates, it’s all about a device that contains radioactive pellets which are stolen. That’s not the worst of it, though. The thief ends up junking it in an attempt to elude capture.

      So, there is a lot

      of drama and subsequent fear over the damage and harm the pellets can do. It’s essentially your typical race against time as the California Highway Patrol tries to follow the trail of this radioactive material. Will Crawford’s Chief Dan Mathews and his team find the pellets before someone is exposed to them by opening the device?

      That’s the ...

      • question, and it’s the fun for the viewer as they watch the chase. It all leads up to a climatic moment where a husband and wife are opening the device. It’s a heart stopper.

        All in all, Highway Patrol: Radioactive does entertain. At the time of airing, this was probably a bit more exciting than it does

        when played out on television today, yet it is still relevant. Radioactive materials make the news every day, and we hear about accidents that expose toxic materials to people way too often.

        The guest cast did its part to add to the thrill of the chase, though no one was a particular stand out. I’d say the show is worth watching.

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