Talk:Japanese nuclear officials race to avoid disaster as radiation levels in sea rocket

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"Three workers were hospitalized last week after they stepped into contaminated cooling water as they tried to replace cables at one of the reactors of the plant." is sourced to this article: Situation at damaged nuclear power plant remains 'very grave', says Japanese Prime Minister. wackywace 20:03, 30 March 2011 (UTC)

Two workers were hospitalized according the The Los Angeles Times source for Situation at damaged nuclear power plant remains 'very grave', says Japanese Prime Minister. The statement of apology quoted in this article was given March 18 and was reported in The Los Angeles Times source to Situation at damaged nuclear power plant remains 'very grave', says Japanese Prime Minister. I added the the TNT magazine source dated March 30 to this article because it gives the actual quote used in the article, which the LA Times article only summarizes. Since it is a direct quote it needs a source; the one I added is probably not the best. Mattisse (talk) 13:17, 31 March 2011 (UTC)

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