Saturday, April 16, 2011

Radiation levels no threat to the marine life - Japanese speaker

Saturday, April 16, 2011

The Japanese marine life said in no danger regardless of that radiation values 1 nuclear power plant in the waters close to the crippled Fukushima, Government spokesman Yukio Edano on Saturday.

The nuclear and industrial Agency 1,250.8 times of the permitted Friday morning in sea water was radioactive iodine-131 in a concentration detected sample approx. 330 m (1, 083 ft) South of the plant, located near the drain outlets of his troubled four nuclear reactors.

"The increased no influence level of radiation in the sea water to marine life,", Edano said during a briefing on the situation at the Japanese nuclear accident.

Kyodo News Agency quoted Government officials as saying that the radiation levels in sea water are an immediate danger to human health, but that it is well above the normal level and fan, thus of fish products in the northeastern Japan.

She confirmed the deaths of the 11 March earthquake and tsunami stands at more than 10,000, according to police, and more than 17,440 are listed as missing.

Operations have continue to try the cooling systems in Fukushima's six reactors, restart to avoid a radioactive major release.

On Friday asked leave the Japanese Government people within 30 km (19 miles) of the damaged plant due to lack of food and other essential.

Moscow, March 26 (RIA Novosti)

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