Unit 1 Refueling Floor Video & Exclusive New Photos

TEPCO’s lightbulb balloon inspection of the refueling floor did result in some interesting findings. The overhead crane was found to be significantly damaged and partially resting on the refueling crane. This may complicate safe removal of the cranes and debris from unit 1. The power of the hydrogen blast itself is evident in some of the findings on the video. Videos at the end of the article.

 


Overhead crane, broken open above the refueling crane.



Another view of the overhead crane.

W hat appears to be the other portion of the overhead crane on the refueling deck.

A thick steel beam pulled apart and split in half shows the massive force of the hydrogen explosion at unit 1.

This heavy steel I-beam curved during the explosion.


This blue object appears to be some sort of small tank or motor.


This large object appears to be either a large structural piece or a portion of the roof structure.

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