Devastation at Japan Site, Seen Up Close

Devastation at Japan Site, Seen Up Close

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The most striking feature at Fukushima Daiichi crippled nuclear plant on Saturday, when journalists were allowed into the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant site for the first time since disaster struck, was not the blasted-out reactor buildings, or the makeshift tsunami walls, but the chaotic mess…

In a country as orderly as Japan, the fact that the scene has changed so little since the early days of the disaster eight months ago is as telling a sign as any of the daunting tasks workers have faced as they struggled to regain control of the plant’s three badly damaged reactors…

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