I wouldn't worry too much about the structural integrity of the nuclear plants.
There are two things that alleviate the flow of radioactivity: very thick concrete and lead. These things are extraordinarily thick concrete construction, and in relatively areodynamic shapes. Due to the cooling needs of the reactors, they will also have wonderful water tight door systems. Not to mention, plenty of controlled pressure environments - in short, they're Fort Knox.
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