Japan official: Nuclear crisis could take months to control

Japanese Nuclear safety agency spokesman Hidehiko Nishiyama cautioned that it could take several months before Japan's nuclear crisis at the Fukushima plant is brought under control, The Associated Press reported on Sunday.
The spokesman said, "it would take a few months until we finally get things under control and have a better idea about the future," according to the report. He added, "We'll face a crucial turning point within the next few months, but that is not the end."
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