Japan orders Fukushima waste to be released into ocean after worker falls into tank of radioactive water and dies | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Japan orders Fukushima waste to be released into ocean after worker falls into tank of radioactive water and dies

With nowhere else to put it and workers constantly being exposed to it, radiation from the stricken Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power facility in Japan has been ordered to be dumped into the ocean by Japanese regulators, according to new reports. This was just two days after a plant employee accidentally fell into one of the onsite storage tanks filled with radioactive water, resulting in his death.

According to the Star Tribune, the 55-year-old man died of multiple injuries after falling through an opening at the top of the 10-meter (33-foot) high tank. He was one of three men who was inspecting the tank at the time of the fall.

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