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Residents feel isolated in movement-restricted areas near nuke plant


While residents who live closest to the troubled nuclear power plant in Fukushima Prefecture have evacuated, those who have remained in a movement-restricted area 20 to 30 kilometers away from the plant say they are feeling increasingly ”isolated.”

Towns were abandoned by many people apparently scared by the government’s instruction to shelter indoors for fear of radiation exposure, local people said.

Residents said they were also troubled by a misperception prevalent among people outside the area that they live in ”a contaminated area,” expressing discontent about what they see as slow actions for help by the central government.


  1. …can’t recall what outlet, since this has happened I’ve been watching many news sources, especially NHZ, CCTV, Al Jazeera, and RT.  Also the nightly ABC or CBS coverage.  So I can’t say where I heard it, but the report said that it is feared the people who remained behind might starve because they can’t find workers willing to drive inside the 30 km ‘exclusion’ zone to deliver food and other necessities.

    I have no idea of the truth of this story, but thought I’d mention it.

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