Immediately after the typhoon the reports said that there was no damage. Now,, radioactive strontium is being found in the ditches near leaky tanks. The article says heavy rains from the typhoon washed water into the ditch. This was not the classic wind related damage, but rather the storm water raising the water levels in an area already saturated, from the ground flow and the water being added to keep the reactor cool, with its core sinking into the earth.
- Tepco admits “radiation levels in groundwater are soaring” at Fukushima – “Strontium readings spike 6,500-fold in one day” (VIDEO) (enenews.com)
- Huge spike in groundwater radiation under Fukushima nuclear reactor No 1 (nuclear-news.net)
- Water radiation soars at Fukushima No. 1 (rinf.com)
- TV: “Typhoon appears to have affected Fukushima Daiichi plant” – Giant spike in radioactivity after #Wipha – Suspected of causing high levels of strontium to flow into Pacific (VIDEO) (enenews.com)