TV: Fukushima ‘hotspots’ move to new areas, but still remain where they were — “With rain or wind, radioactive materials come always into city” (VIDEO)

Published: December 2nd, 2012 at 8:36 am ET
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Title: The Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant Disaster
Source: CAN TV (Chicago Access Network Television)
Date: Dec 1, 2012

Akiko Yoshida, Friends of the Earth – Tokyo: This is the contamination survey in October this year.

The hot spots still remain in these areas and also in other cities in Fukushima.

The hotspots is moving from here to another place, but still remain there.

The government said that they do decontamination, but the effect of decontamination is very limited. […]

With the rain or with the wind, radioactive materials comes always into the city.

 Watch the presentation here

Published: December 2nd, 2012 at 8:36 am ET
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