Carl Prine of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review has reported on what appears to be storage facility for weapon grade plutonium. There's still testing that needs to be done, but local farmers in the area referred to this location as where the "missle water" was.
"It's amazing," said Chief Warrant Officer Darrin Flick, the battalion's nuclear, biological and chemical warfare specialist. "I went to the off-site storage buildings, and the rad detector went off the charts. Then I opened the steel door, and there were all these drums, many, many drums, of highly radioactive material."