epa02634263 As Japan prepares for a potentially massive nuclear contamination a solitary tsunami survivor weeps in tears amid debris in the devastated town of Natori, Miyagi prefecture, Japan, 14 March 2011. Radiation levels at a damaged nuclear power plant at Fukushima, 240 kilometres north of Tokyo, were rising well above the legal limits, top government spokesman Yukio Edano said. Reactors at the Fukushima I and II plants lost their cooling functions after power and backup generators were cut off by the quake on 11 March 2011. EPA/STRINGER JAPAN OUT MANDATORY CREDIT EPA/ASAHI SHIMBUN MANDATORY CREDIT: EPA/ASAHI SHIMBUN
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