France: low-level radioactive wind may reach Tokyo in 10hrs

March 15, 2011 04:22


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TOKYO - Low-level radioactive wind from a quake-stricken nuclear power reactor in northern Japan could reach Tokyo within 10 hours, based on current winds, the French embassy said in a statement on Tuesday.

The statement, posted on its Japanese Web site, urged French citizens in the city to stay indoors, close the windows and not to panic.

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