What about F. Daiichi unit #4? (May 28)
Tepco is now saying the huge surge in radiological releases on March 15, 2012, was due to containment damage with unit #2 at F. Daiichi. However, they fail to consider that unit #4's refueling deck exploded on the 15th. In addition, they attribute most of March 16th's releases to unit #3, but there is virtually no mention of unit #3 releases on March 15 in the Tepco statement, and their data shows only a minimal release on March 14 (Unit #3's refueling deck blew apart on March 14). What's wrong with this picture?