“We do not believe an emergency situation is breaking out although we are still investigating what caused this,” a spokesman told Agence-France Presse news agency.
My own understanding is that when steam appears a place is getting hotter. TEPCO has a long history of withholding information. Wouldn’t logic suggest that one should know the cause of the problem before declaring that there is no cause of concern?
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