Five years ago, a 30-foot high tsunami crashed into the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power station, causing severe damage and multiple meltdowns. Almost 19,000 people were killed or missing and nearly 160,000 lost their homes and jobs.

Today, the radiation at the Fukushima plant is still so deadly that it is impossible, even for specially designed robots, to get into its center to find and remove the extremely dangerous melted fuel rods.

Read more at Newsweek

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