A worker has died at Fukushima Daiichi. The report (machine translated below) indicates he was found dead around 10:39 in the morning. So it would be unlikely he was leaving work for the day. The weather recently has been somewhat warm but not extremely hot. Some of the early cases of workers dropping dead or falling ill at the plant were considered heat related. After this some heat related counter measures were put in place. Other cases were either never explained or vaguely claimed to be due to health problems.
A rough machine translation from the TEPCO handout is below (pls note the date is actually July 30, translation software did not properly translate that section)
※ 7 May 30, about 10 hour 39 minutes morning, in entering and leaving area administration building off-premises exit of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, communication and cooperation enterprise workers has fallen unconscious there was an emergency response headquarters .
It was a doctor of entering and leaving area administration building emergency medical room, emergency from the transport needs of has been diagnosed with a certain, along with the request for an ambulance to 10 am 49 minutes, our ambulance to 10:00 am 53 minutes starting the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in. Then, delivery from the ambulance of the Company to Tomioka fire department ambulance, transport to the Iwaki City hospital. Confirm the death at a hospital in the afternoon 1 pm 2 minutes.
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