Japan workers stranded in high radioactive water at N-plant

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Tokyo, Mar 27: It seems that there is no respite for the devastated Japan as sources confirmed that the country is experiencing a high radioactive in sea-water which raised the miseries of the nation. Officials claimed that radioactive iodine in sea-water leaked from Fukushima nuclear power plant rose to 1,850 times. The usual level from 1,250 times measured.

The radioactive water within the plant has hampered workers from restoring its cooling systems, local media reports stated. Workers were clueless how to remove and store highly radioactive water pooling.

Two workers, who had stepped into the poisoned water, have been hospitalised with possible burns. However, experts have reported that they got a clue which helped them to determine the source of the dangerous leak.

Japan's miseries started with a earthquake of 9.1 magnitude followed by a massive tsunami and nuclear leak at Fukushima nuclear power plant. The nation has experienced several other temblors after the first quake on Mar 11.

Death toll have crossed 10,000, government officials confirmed the news.

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