Fission intersects widest mineralisation, strongest radioactivity at PLS zone

August 2, 2017

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TSX-listed explorer Fission Uranium has intersected the widest mineralisation and some of the strongest radioactivity to date at its Patterson Lake South property in Canada’s Athabasca basin, following the results of an additional two holes drilled to test the recently discovered, land-based R1515W zone – 1.5km west of the Triple R deposit. Hole PLS17-564 (line 1545W) intersected 135.5 m total composite mineralisation, including 8.25 m total composite.

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