The Inquisitr reported on the results of the Fukushima Disaster in which both plants and animals are affected due to the radiation spill into the Pacific Ocean. Eventually, people feared that said radiation would effect the United States. That fear suddenly became more a reality when radiation was detected just 100 miles from the shore of California.
Though said radiation from the Fukushima Disaster hasn’t officially reached United States shores, it has reached North America nevertheless. Reports now show Fukushima Disaster radiation was found in Canada.
According to Oregon Live, radiation from the Fukushima Disaster were found on the shores of Vancouver Island. What is unique about this situation is the fact this is the first time radiation from any nuclear disaster has been detected on North American land. Two samples were taken from a small town on Vancouver Island. In them, both cesium-134 and cesium-137 were detected. It should be noted that the cesium-134 isotope is uniquely associated to Fukushima.
Full article: Fukushima Disaster Radiation Finally Hits North America Four Years After Nuclear Incident In Japan (Inquisitor)