March 11, 2014
On March 11, 2011 a magnitude 9.0 earthquake shook the coast of Japan triggering a tsunami that created the most disastrous nuclear spill since Chernobyl. The Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant catastrophe caused the meltdown of three nuclear reactors at the facility. Radioactive material was leaked into the air, soil, and sea and three years later, it's still leaking! But just how widespread is this disaster? RT's Perianne Boring looks at how the noxious material leaking from the TEPCO-owned plant has spread around the world.