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Record outdoor radiation level that ‘can kill in 20 min’ detected at Fukushima


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December 08, 2013

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Workers check a transport container and a crane in preparation for the removal of spent nuclear fuel from the spent fuel pool inside the No.4 reactor building at the Tokyo Electric Power Corp’s (TEPCO) tsunami-crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, in Fukushima (Reuters / Kimimasa Mayama / Pool)

 

 

Outdoor radiation levels have reached their highest at Japan’s Fukushima nuclear plant,warns the operator company.Radiation found in an area near a steel pipe that connects reactor buildings could kill an exposed person in 20 minutes,local media reported.

 

The plant’s operator and the utility responsible for the clean-up Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) detected record radiation levels on a duct which connects reactor buildings and the 120 meter tall ventilation pipe located outside on Friday. TEPCO measured radiation at eight locations around the pipe with the highest estimated at two locations – 25 Sieverts per hour…

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