Prime minister says Fukushima Reactor 4 a peril to entire region
On March 11, 2011, Japan endured a massive earthquake and tsunami that caused a meltdown at the Fukushima nuclear power plant. A year later, the site remains a toxic wasteland, and only now is the full extent of the catastrophe being revealed.
The mainstream news reported that the deadly earthquake and tsunami killed at least 16,000 people and that airborne radiation levels in parts of Fukushima prefecture were expected to remain near dangerous levels at least until 2022.
However, now Reactor 4 is currently on the verge of collapse. Its collapse, according to published reports, could result in the evacuation of 1/3 of Japan’s population.
Comment .... Don't panic, I'm just thinking of what could happen? Like where will all those people will go and how much will this cost the United States? Not to mention the radio active food and electronic products sent here from that country....So much for "Made in Japan"....