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New Danger As Japan’s Reactor No.3 Fails

| March 12, 2011

Nuclear dangers rise

(Reuters) – A quake-hit Japanese nuclear plant reeling from an explosion at one of its reactors has also lost its emergency cooling system at another reactor, Japan’s nuclear power safety agency said on Sunday. The emergency cooling system is no longer functioning at the No.3 reactor at Tokyo Electric Power Co’s Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power facility, requiring the facility to urgently secure a means to supply water to the reactor, an official of the Japan Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency told a news conference.

On Saturday, an explosion blew off the roof and upper walls of the building housing the facility’s No. 1 reactor, stirring alarm over a possible major radiation release, although the government later said the explosion had not affected the reactor’s core vessel and that only a small amount of radiation had been released.

The nuclear safety agency official said there was a possibility that at least nine individuals had been exposed to radiation, according to information gathered from municipal governments and other sources. source – Reuters

 

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  1. dana says:

    It can’t be much longer now before our Savior splits the eastern sky!

  2. richard says:

    i hope that reactor number 3 gets better ppl of japan cant be exposed to this much radition like in the ukraine ppl of japan i hope you guys recover pretty soon :)

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