The Fold  ·   October 23, 2013

Toxic water slows Japan nuclear cleanup

- Some two and a half years after a series of nuclear meltdowns at Japan's Fukushima Daiichi plant, there's another disaster looming: millions of gallons of radioactive water that is flowing into storage tanks or the Pacific Ocean. The Post's Chico Harlan details how the toxic water is being contained, for now. ()

- Some two and a half years after a series of nuclear meltdowns at Japan's Fukushima Daiichi plant, there's another disaster looming: millions of gallons of radioactive water that is flowing into storage tanks or the Pacific Ocean. The Post's Chico Harlan details how the toxic water is being contained, for now. ()

Toxic water slows Japan nuclear cleanup (3:17)

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