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One of the two cooling system pumps at the Tokai No. 2 nuclear power
plant in the village of Tokai, Ibaraki Prefecture, stopped Friday when a
massive earthquake hit Japan but there is no problem with cooling as
the remaining pump is working, according to local authorities late
Sunday. Tokai No. 2 Power Station, operated by Japan Atomic Power Co.,
shut down automatically after the magnitude 9.0 quake, one of the
biggest quakes in history, jolted northeastern and eastern Japan.
According to a report submitted to the Ibaraki prefectural government,
one of the two pumps used to cool the water of a suppression pool for
the nuclear reactor at the plant stopped working. The nuclear safety
section of the prefectural government said the other pump is working and
that there is no problem with cooling the reactor. All control rods are
set in completely at the nuclear reactor, it said. Japan Atomic Power
said the reactor core has been cooled without any problem.

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