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Fukushima Japan nuclear disaster a threat to 35 million people

Dangerous radioactive winds likely to reach Tokyo on Wednesday

Mar 29, 2011

A change of wind direction expected on Wednesday may blow strong winds from the nuclear atomic reactor Fukushima towards Tokyo. The German Weather service declared it would increase the concentration of atomic particles, but they would still be low compared to the region around the reactor. Possible rain however will increase the likelihood that dangerous atomic air would reach the ground in Tokyo.

Currently wInds from the south west is taking nuclear parcels from the damaged atomic recapture Fukishima out to the Pacific Ocean

Yoshimi Hitosugi, a spokesperson for the Japanese electric company Tepco stated the worst case scenario did not happen. Tepco will do everything possible to avoid a worsening of the situation. Hotosugi declined to comment on a hypothetical scenario.

This was reported by the German News Organization NTV minutes ago.

Dangerous radioactive winds likely to reach Tokyo on Wednesday
Source: NTV Germany

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