Daily life in Fukushima: ‘It was like visiting another universe’, RussiaToday, July 3, 2011:
Jan Beranek, part of Greenpeace team investigating Fukushima fallout
- Hotspots up to 500-700 times what is normal.
- This is just unbelievable, at those levels of exposure this is certainly risking the health and lives of people.
- Soviets decided to evacuate everyone that was living in areas where radiation was 3-4 times lower than what is found in Fukushima City.
Published: July 3rd, 2011 at 1:50 pm ET
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