The utility company that operates Japan's crippled nuclear plant say contaminated water was discovered in trenches around three reactor units. Workers are still trying to clear hundreds of tons of contaminated water from several buildings at the Fukushima Dai-ichi plant, which was disabled in March 11's tsunami. Tests of seawater show that radioactive contamination has spread about a mile (1.6 kilometers) farther north of the nuclear site than before. The National Police Agency says 11,004 people have died in the disasters. Another 17,339 are missing.
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