FUKUSHIMA, Japan —
At Japan's damaged nuclear plant, and in Tokyo 140 miles away, the impact of the radiation leaks from the
plant is again being seen.
Two workers at the plant were treated at a hospital after they stepped into contaminated water. According to a nuclear official, the workers tested at radiation levels well below the levels
allowed for workers.
And in Tokyo, fears of contamination have brought a shortage of supplies of bottled water, a day after city officials warned that levels of radioactivity in the water are more than twice what is considered safe for babies.
Japan's police agency says more than 9,800 people are dead after an earthquake and tsunami. Another 17,500 are missing.