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2,667 radioactive bags from Fukushima nuke disaster unleashed by Typhoon Hagibis

Taiwan News

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — As Typhoon Hagibis hammered Japan on Saturday (Oct. 12), thousands of bags containing radioactive waste have reportedly been carried into a local Fukushima stream by floodwaters, potentially having a devastating environmental impact.

According to Asahi Shimbun, a temporary storage facility containing some 2,667 bags stuffed with radioactive contaminants from the 2011 Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster was unexpectedly inundated by floodwaters brought by Typhoon Hagibis. Torrential rain flooded the storage facility and released the bags into a stream 100 meters away.

Officials from Tamara City in Fukushima Prefecture said that each bag is approximately one cubic meter in size. Authorities were only able to recover six of the bags by 9 p.m. on Oct. 12, and it is uncertain how many remain on the loose while the possible environmental impact is being assessed.

https://www.taiwannews.com.tw/en/news/3795303

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2 Responses to 2,667 radioactive bags from Fukushima nuke disaster unleashed by Typhoon Hagibis

  1. Bluwater says:

    Wait….So Fukushima “didn’t go away”, as I was told – and called – a ‘Fukushimatard’ when I continued to voice outrage at this save-a-dollar-created mess?

    I can’t find my bookmark, and I think JewTube removed it (truth) about a delivery skipper who brought a boat back from Asia, Sea of Japan, Northern Circle, into the US.

    He said it was scary-empty ‘out there’, devoid of all life, nothing. 100% empty.

    Guess he became a Fukushimatard, too.

    Eventually, and although the world’s media have done a brilliant job of ‘making it go away’ (automatic 10-year prison term as ‘terrorism’, in Japan, for reporting), this WILL become an ELE Event for the western hemisphere.
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  2. # 1 NWO Hatr says:

    “Authorities were only able to recover six of the bags by 9 p.m. on Oct. 12, and it is uncertain how many remain on the loose while the possible environmental impact is being assessed.”

    Oh… the environmental impact was assessed LONG before this relatively minor (by overall comparison ONLY) disaster ever occurred.

    To wit:

    “1. Maintain humanity under 500,000,000 in perpetual balance with nature.”

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