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Alarms as sudden higher radioactivity at Fukushima nuclear plant

Alarm at Fukushima Nuclear Plant: Radioactivity too High, National Japan News

23 February 2014 Japan’s Nuclear Regulation Authority said that on Sunday that an alarm went off at the stricken Nuclear Power Plant of Fukushima No. 1.

The regulatory body reported that part of highly radioactive water flew into the plant’s port. It has yet to find out the cause of the situation.

According to Japan’s Nuclear Regulation Authority and TEPCO, the company running the Nuclear Power Plant, the first alarm sounded at around 10 a.m. (1 a.m. GMT) , and another alarm 10 minutes later indicated much higher radioactivity levels.

The levels of beta ray-emitting radioactive substances, such as strontium-90, measured between 10:20 a.m. ad 10:50 a.m. stood at 5,050 to 7,230 becquerels per liter of water.

February 25, 2015 - Posted by | Fukushima 2015

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