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It is not clear if the radiation doses for the foreign workers were recorded on an individual basis or if they have faced any heath problems.

Peddlers sell scavenged trash, including used shoes and rice cookers.They were often paid in cash with little training and no follow-up health screening.Although almost 9,000 workers have been involved in work around the mangled reactors, Tokyo Electric did not have a Japan-made robot capable of monitoring radiation inside the reactors until this week.“I can only think that to the power companies, contract workers are just disposable pieces of equipment,” said Kunio Horie, who worked at nuclear plants, including Fukushima Daiichi, in the late 1970s and wrote about his experience in a book “Nuclear Gypsy”.Reuters, June 2011,special report By Kevin Krolicki & Chisa Fujioka FUKUSHIMA, Japan, June 24, 2011 A DECADE and a half before it blew apart in a hydrogen blast that punctuated the worst nuclear accident since Chernobyl, the No.3 reactor at the Fukushima nuclear power plant was the scene of an earlier safety crisis.

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