Released by Tokyo Electric Power Co. Monday, this video shows the removal of debris from around the spent fuel pool of Fukushima Daiichi unit 3. A hydrogen explosion early in the crisis blew off its roof and much of its shield building, leaving a mess of tangled concrete and steel above its exposed spent fuel pool. Using remote controlled heavy equipment, crews have made substantial progress in clearing the debris. (For comparison, see this video taken last November.)This video was taken Saturday. Toward the end of the footage, a loose steel beam falls into the pool. A TEPCO release said dose readings taken afterward above the SFP showed no change in radioactivity resulting from the mishap.
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This was released to show the incident with the beam.
You relabel it falsely as being about remote controlled equipment then sneak the beam incident in at the end.
No debris is cleared in this video. It is an accident report.
Come on everyone who read this, Let's face the truth! It is fake! No single debris removed. Only shows further concealing. We are all fed up what TEPCO and Japanese government officials trying to cover up which resulted thousands innocent citizens into the danger.
Their famous characteristics of 'two faces' cheated their own people.
Right! AUDACIOUS SPIN !