March 11th, 2011 – NRC Was Getting “Realtime” Information From NISA and JNES – Most Recent Information Forwarded to NSIR

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From: Foggie, Kirk
To: Hopkins Jon
Cc: Boger. Bruce; Regan. Christopher; Cullinaford. Michael; Emche. Danielle; Astwood. Heather; Mamish. Nader;
Abrams. Charlotte; Ramrsey, ack; SahlEric
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Date: Friday, March 11, 2011 8:35:28 AM
Attachments: News Releases No.2 IAEA.docx
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News Releases No4 IAEA.docx
Jon et al.,

Attached are the press releases NISA provided last night/early this morning.
We are getting information realtime from NISA and JNES staff still here in the U.S. after attending the RIC. The most recent information has been forwarded to NSIR to be used in the ET brief currently taking place. Jon, I will update you .with information as it comes in today.

Kirk_ ____
From: Hopkins, Jon
Sent: Friday, March 11, 2011 7:55 AM
To: Foggie, Kirk
Cc: Boger, Bruce; Regan, Christopher; Cullingford, Michael; Emche, Danielle; Astwood, Heather
Subject:

Kirk,
If you could let NRR know of any info. that you find out about the status of Japan’s NPPs, it will be appreciated.
If you need assistance, please let me know.

Jon

Hokuriku Electric Co said on Friday all of three reactors at its Onagawa nuclear plant in northern Japan shut down automatically after the quake.
Kyodo news agency said a fire broke out at Tohoku Electric Power Company’s Onagawa nuclear plant in northeastern Japan following the earthquake.
Separately, Fukushima Prefecture, the site of a Tokyo Electric Power nuclear power plant, said on Friday the plant’s reactor cooling system was functioning, denying an earlier report that it was malfunctioning.

http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/nation-world/la-fgw-quake-nuclear-20110312.0.6542180.story

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