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Japanese Reactor Situation is Critical (Video)

The situation in Japan and the nuclear reactors has gone from bad to insane. The workers that were left trying to keep the rectors cool had to evacuate.

MSN has the in-depth story. This is very scary and at last report the radiation levels in the atmosphere near the reactors jumped 300 times normal levels. Concerns continue to mount and panic is setting in as far away as Tokyo which is 170 miles from the reactor.

Thanks to You Tube and NKH World news of Japan for this video showing the latest developments. Notice how far away the video shots of the plant are because the radiation levels are so high at the site.

Keep Japan and its citizens in your prayers, they need them.

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