30mSv between Unit-2 and Unit-3, 400mSv beside Unit-3, 100roSy beside Unit-4 at 10:22, Mar. 15.
It is estimated that spent fuels stored in the spent fuel pit heated and hydrogen was generated from these fuels, resulting in explosion.
TEPCO later announced the fire had been extinguished.
Other staff and workers than fifty TEPCO employees who are engaged in water injection operation have been evacuated.
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