An explosion at a nuclear power station about 160 miles north of Tokyo Saturday tore down the walls of one building and caused a radiation leak of unknown proportions.
Japanese officials expanded the evacuation zone to a 12-mile radius around the plant, as they worked to try to cool the reactor with seawater.
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