Some debris was scattered in the pond as a result of the damage to the building but it is thought that fuel integrity has been maintained.
Also good news, but feeling weird, is that seawater levels are ND (“non-detectable”) 3km out. Since the standard is in cm^3, I’d think they could easily pull enough water to get some readings. But as we said from the start, the Pacific Ocean is a pretty big dispersion unit.
Closer in, there’s still activity around the discharge areas. But even that is now beneath the “density limit”