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The US Nuclear Regulatory Commission has dispatched 2 specialists to Japan to discuss how to deal with the accidents at 2 quake-damaged nuclear power plants in Fukushima. The 2 experts are scheduled to arrive on Sunday as part of a rescue team from the US Agency for International Development. The Nuclear Regulatory Commission oversees operations and management of nuclear power plants in the United States. Chairman Gregory Jaczko says the organization has some of the world's top nuclear experts and is ready to assist in any way possible. Sunday, March 13, 2011 09:37 +0900 (JST)
WASHINGTON - Current Affairs - U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) on December 12 by the first nuclear power plant accident in Fukushima, TEPCO, Japan's two experts who rushed to the boiling-water reactor has been employed in the primary announced that it has sent. Expected to support the U.S. government expressed a strong sense of crisis for the accident.
The possibility of nuclear meltdown at the Fukushima No. 1, extremely high interest in the United States. The Soviet Union's worst nuclear accident Chernobyl (1986), but short of the accident from the U.S. Three Mile Island (1979) is seen as a disaster comparable, along with the two accidents, "history as the three major nuclear accidents that "(CNN) has been reported. (2011/03/13-07: 49)
Fukushima Prefecture on August 13 when the first nuclear explosion, Fukushima Hutaba Kosei Hospital was evacuated by helicopter (Futabachō) said may have been exposed to a total of 19 patients and 18 employees of an attendant . "No level of harm to health" has to mean doing decontamination work. (2011/03/13-10: 21)
It's the same level as a criticality accident at a nuclear fuel processing plant in Tokai Village in Ibaraki Prefecture, south of Fukushima, in 1999.
BREAKING NEWS: Radiation surpasses legal limit in Fukushima No. 1 plant premises: TEPCO (10:37)
Originally posted by TheRedneckI also would like to publicly say that Japan has performed admirably in this instance and I applaud them.
Since we report on the status of a report based on the rules set forth in Article 10 Tokyo Electric Power Company Nuclear Disaster Special Measures Law on March 13, 2011. For more information, please see the attachment below. - Appendix: Measurement of car status monitoring Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station (PDF 22.6KB)