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Nuclear Disaster in Japan There was a nuclear reaction at a uranium processing plant in Japan that has brought an enormous amount of people to stay indoors to stop farming and to have many schools closed down There was a large amount of radiation spilt and researchers estimate that there was up to 39 people that were exposed to high amounts of radiation The town in which this radiation accidents occurred was in Tokaimura Tokaimura is located about 90 miles away from Tokyo The victims of this accident were showing extreme symptoms of being exposed to radiation high amounts of vomiting and diarrhea Three of the victims were fireman that were said to have been exposed to the chemicals while carrying the victims out The nuclear reaction was put under control about twenty hours after the accident The governor was extremely happy when he heard that the chain reaction had stopped because if it had succeed and kept evolving then the reaction could have turned into the critical stage in which the chemicals would be able to just burn on their own Tokyos government does admit to being slow to react to one of the worse nuclear reactions spills in this nation The governor was very ashamed to acknowledge this poor fact The officials that were trying to contain the spill evacuated one-hundred and sixty people within 350 yards from the plant The announcements were made in many ways such as loud speakers radio announcements and skywriters Everyone was told to close their windows and to stay indoors There was 313000 people that were told to stay indoors that were within six miles One of the local residents Yoko Kurosawa said Im scared because I cant see the threat with my own eyes Im keeping my doors and windows closed and cant
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