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Japan May Create Frozen Ground to Stop Radioactive Leak

  • Aired: 08/08/2013
  • 02:19
  • Expires: 09/07/2013
  • Rating: NR
Since an earthquake and tsunami shattered the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Plant in 2011, radioactive water has been pouring into the sea off the coast of Japan at a rate of 300 tons per day. Jeffrey Brown reports on the revelation made public by plant operator TEPCO and how the Japanese government is reacting to the danger.
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