Now Hydrogen explosion jolts Japan; 160 poisoned
Sources reported that a fresh Hydrogen explosion occurred in Fukushima nuclear plants third reactor on Monday, Mar 14. Three injured and seven people are missing over the new explosion, sources confirmed.
On Monday morning, A massive column of smoke was seen belching from the plant's No 3 unit. Sources informed that the reactor was under emergency watch for a possible explosion.
Previously it was nuclear explosion occurred in Fukushima nuclear power plant. Japanese news agency Kyodo on Sunday, Mar 13 reported that The cooling system had stopped working in a sixth reactor.
Japan ordered to evacuate almost 180,000 people from the area near the damaged nuclear power plant, informed the UN nuclear watchdog. People were ordered out of a 20-kilometre radius surrounding the Fukushima, sources reported.
However, people are reportedly encouraged to move to the high areas over the meltdown fears.