Sorry, wife's laptop drops the ball sometimes, so I must "submit" often or risk losing what I typed.
Even without these overflows strontium in very dangerous amounts (250 times normal) was found in the groundwater below the plant. Strontium is nasty stuff, makes cesium look like a picnic. Since the scare in late March, tap water here is still for the time being safe, as in undetectable amounts of radioactive particles.
They are up to 6 workers who have gone over the acceptable 250 millisieverts limit in battling this nightmare. Another possible 60 or so are over the 100 millisiervert exposure limit, which was the old limit before this hell on earth called by the name of Fukushima Daiichi.
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