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Fukushima worker fell in the Fukushima plant port / Tepco “No contamination on his body”

According to Tepco, a Fukushima worker fell in the plant port on 7/24/2013. It is not clear if the person is Tepco employee or a corporative company worker. The location

Contaminated water crisis Cover-ups Plant hazard

[Breaking] Impervious wall construction intermitted “due to the shortage of Fukushima workers”

Having contaminated groundwater flowing to the sea, Tepco is building the impervious wall near the seaside. (cf, Tepco completed 16% of ground improvement on the east side of reactor1&2 [URL])


[Express] “In Okayama, 50% of the evacuees are from Kanto region, more than from Fukushima”

Introducing important tweets as [Express] for simultaneous updates.   <Translate> (At the meeting of Japan Civil Network to support evacuees) “In Okayama prefecture, 50% of the evacuees are from Kanto

Contaminated water crisis

Former Fukushima worker “They knew contamination flows to the sea from the very beginning”

The former Fukushima worker Happy11311 commented on Twitter that it has been clear the contaminated groundwater is flowing to the sea from the facility design.   <Translate> It has been


150 Bq/m3 of Strontium-90 measured at 1.3km south of reactor1~4 water outlet

Following up this article..[Breaking] Tepco officially admitted contaminated water is leaking to the sea [URL] According to Tepco, 150 Bq/m3 of Strontium-90 was measured from seawater. The sampling location was


Reactor3 steaming again / Over 1 Sv/h at 6 of 25 locations on the operation floor

Following up this article..[Breaking] 2.2 Sv/h from the top of reactor3, 562 mSv/h from the steam [URL] According to Tepco, the steam is still observed at 4:15 of 7/24/2013. Atmospheric