Japan fears nuclear plant sits atop active geological fault
TOKYO (Reuters) - A nuclear plant in northwestern Japan may be sitting right on top of an active geological fault, the country's nuclear watchdog has said, raising the risk that the facility may never resume power generation for fear of an earthquake.
Fault lies beneath Japan nuclear reactor
An active geological fault lies directly beneath one of two reactors at a nuclear power
plant in western Japan, the Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency said.
Japanese police wearing chemical protection suits search for victims
inside the 20 kilometer ...