Drones come back with footage of Fukushima destructions three years after earthquake ~ The Voice of Russia.
The drones have captured the level of devastation during their mission through the host towns of Japan. Abandoned houses, empty roads and lots of destruction could be seen on the videos and pictures published in the Internet.
One of the drones came back with an eight-minute video and with radioactive soil on the machine itself. The video shows the level of destruction that was caused during the Tohoku 9.0 earthquake in 2011.
The drone has captured an abandoned train station, the remains of the school building and a huge boat that is laying miles from the sea. The Cherry tree is blossoming right next to the destroyed buildings and personal possessions that people left when escaping.
The Fukushima nuclear disaster led to the failure at the Fukushima I Nuclear Power Plant on 11 March 2011. The plant was hit by a tsunami, which was caused by a powerful earthquake.
Three out of six nuclear reactors went down and released the radioactive materials. According to the reports, the soil and water in the region is still filled with high level of radiation.
The population of the Tokioma was more than 15,800 residents. A total of 300,000 people evacuated the Fukushima area.