Kyodo: Fukushima Daiichi “long way from being out of the woods” — No one knows where melted nuclear fuel is located — Still great uncertainty over the complex’s status

Published: March 21st, 2012 at 10:04 am ET
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Title: No. 1 long way from being out of the woods
Source: Kyodo
Date: March 21,  2012

No. 1 long way from being out of the woods

[...] the government announced in December that the plant had achieved a stable state of cold shutdown.

But the fact that no one knows precisely what has happened inside the reactors and where the melted nuclear fuel is located means there is still great uncertainty over the complex’s status. [...]

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Published: March 21st, 2012 at 10:04 am ET
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