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BRIAN WILLIAMS, anchor: All we can say is they better be right about the drinking water. A local politician yesterday in Japan publicly drank a glass of water from a puddle inside the Fukushima nuclear plant. His point was to show that decontamination procedures work and the tap water in the area is safe to drink. And then just today, a report that workers are rushing to control radioactive elements inside the number two reactor there. They fear nuclear fission is still going on inside.
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