A Japanese government official has admitted it may take multiple months to stop radiation leaking into the Pacific Ocean at Fukushima, according to Sky News.Workers are currently trying to seal the leak by using a polymeric absorbent, a similar material to that found in diapers.
The news comes just hours after the grisly discovery of two workers dead at the power plant. It has been confirmed that those workers died in the initial earthquake and tsunami, rather than from radiation poisoning.
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