17 Year Old Boy Working At Daiichi Month After Disaster

A 17 year old boy was found working for Kajima Corp. at Fukushima Daiichi in April of 2011. His dose was 1.92 mSv for his work cutting holes in turbine buildings. Workers in Japan must be 18 and normally a drivers license is required as proof of identification to work at the plant. There are still many workers from the early months of the disaster that can not be found.

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