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They are boarding the bus from J-Village to the plant.
Iwakami is saying it was 30 microsieverts/hour momentarily in the parking lot. TEPCO's Terasawa explains to Iwakami once inside the building that part of the parking lot's asphalt is too contaminated, so TEPCO has put metal sheets to shield the radiation somewhat, and that's where they guided the journalists. They were telling the journalists to stay on the metal plates.
I just saw a female journalist. 1:35:00 or so into the video.
This building feels unreal. Strange hum in the hallway.
NISA's safety inspection meeting. As if no accident happened.
Emergency Response Room: 500 to 700 people are in this room. Nico Nico's cameraman asks, "Were the teleconferences recorded in any way? Audiovisual, or audio?" TEPCO's PR person answers, "No."
Plant Manager Takahashi. He doesn't look too good, looks sleepy. He says he's fine.
Questions to Takahashi are no different from what these reporters ask TEPCO's Matsumoto in the daily press conference in Tokyo. What a disappointment. What's the point of asking these mundane, work-related trivial questions after having come all the way to the plant??!!