California seeing no radiation level increase

VIENNA/LOS ANGELES - California air quality officials said on Friday they saw no elevated radiation levels on the US West Coast from Japan's nuclear power plant disaster.
"At this point we're unable to verify if there are any elevated levels," said Ralph Borrmann, a spokesman for the Bay Area Air Quality Management District in San Francisco. "We're not seeing it on our live data in California."
Radiation levels have not shown an increase at any of the monitoring stations up and down the West Coast, he added.