TEPCO release images from inside Fukushima Nuclear plant

Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) released images from inside their stricken Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear power plant, NHK revealed.

“This photo of the first floor of the No.3 reactor building shows a sheet-like object hanging from the ceiling and what appears to be equipment for moving the control rods. TEPCO says it cannot identify whether there are any pools of water on the floor.

The bright area at the innermost part of the building is an entrance for vehicles to bring in large machinery and materials.”

Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant suffered heavy damage following a massive 9.0 magnitude Earthquake, and tsunami that struck Northeastern Japan in early March 2011. The International Atomic Agency rated the catastrophe at Fukushima as a Level 7 on its Nuclear Event Scale, the highest level, and describes it as a major accident.

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