Nov. 3 — “South Korea’s Institute of Nuclear Safety says it has discovered a patch of pavement in Seoul is emitting radiation at levels 10 times higher than normal,” according to Voice of America News.
“The institute says the pavement is emitting radiation from cesium-137 at 10 times the normal background level,” said the report. [...]
- Found on Wednesday
- Located in Seoul’s Wolgye-dong neighborhood.
- Researchers say they are not yet able to determine why a significantly higher level of radioactive cesium has turned up.
- INS says a more precise reading will be released in 3-5 days after further evaluation
Published: November 3rd, 2011 at 5:36 pm ET
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