Radioactive Fukushima Debris Picked Up By Remote-Controlled Robot For First Time | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Radioactive Fukushima Debris Picked Up By Remote-Controlled Robot For First Time

On Wednesday, operator Tokyo Electric Power (TEPCO) sent a remote-controlled probe to the bottom of the plant's No. 2 reactor and lifted five small pieces of radioactive debris two inches.

"We were able to confirm that the fuel debris can be moved," said spokeswoman Yuka Matsubara, adding "We accomplished the objective of this test."

Matsubara says tht TEPCO plans to move more debris by next March.

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