In [independent journalist Kota Kinoshita on blog on August 15]:
(The same worker) also told (his contact) that there are 6 locations that exceed 10,000 millisievert/hr (10 sieverts/hr), unlike what TEPCO has announced.
Fukushima worker’s tweet:
I think that is true. But those are the locations that have been measured. I think there are many more.
[...] And Fukushima worker has another tweet that says:
In the reactor buildings of Reactors 1, 2 and 3, there are many spots that measure even higher (than 10 sieverts/hr) and we can’t go near them.
Published: August 17th, 2011 at 8:49 pm ET
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