NHK’s new documentary, Meltdown: Cooling Water Crisis provides new insight into a series of less known events in the Fukushima disaster. Between March 18 – 21 of the 2011 disaster, white and black smoke was seen leaving the unit 3 reactor well in significant quantities. At the time TEPCO claimed they didn’t know a reason. At the time a few radiation readings outside the plant caused concern that the two things were related. All of this was mostly ignored by TEPCO and the press. New investigative research supported by NHK TV found a series of significant events that shed light on what happened during these later days of the disaster.
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