Fukushima Storage Facility Drone Video – Nuclear Waste in Bags Near Ocean

ENERGY, 20 Apr 2015

Jennifer Baker, Revolution News – TRANSCEND Media Service

18 Apr 2015 – Drone footage captured by Ruptly shows millions of tons of radioactive soil and debris packed in black bags in a temporary storage site at Tomioka, Fukushima prefecture. This incredible video shows the haphazard manner in which this temporary storage facility is stacking up nuclear waste in what appears to be less than 100 yards from the Pacific Ocean.

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