The No.3 nuclear reactor of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant
The No.3 nuclear reactor of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant at Minamisoma is seen burning after a blast following an earthquake and tsunami in this handout satellite image taken March 14, 2011. REUTERS

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has listed out the human injuries and contamination at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, after an official statement from Japanese Chief Cabinet Secretary.

The list provides a snapshot of the latest information made available to the IAEA by Japanese authorities. Given the fluid situation at the plant, this information is subject to change.


* 2 Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) employees have minor injuries

* 2 subcontractor employees are injured, one person suffered broken legs and one person whose condition is unknown was transported to the hospital

* 2 people are missing

* 2 people were 'suddenly taken ill'

* 2 TEPCO employees were transported to hospital during the time of donning respiratory protection in the control centre

* 4 people (2 TEPCO employees, 2 subcontractor employees) sustained minor injuries due to the explosion at unit 1 on 11 March and were transported to the hospital

* 11 people (4 TEPCO employees, 3 subcontractor employees and 4 Japanese civil defense workers) were injured due to the explosion at unit 3 on 14 March


* 17 people (9 TEPCO employees, 8 subcontractor employees) suffered from deposition of radioactive material to their faces, but were not taken to the hospital because of low levels of exposure

* One worker suffered from significant exposure during 'vent work,' and was transported to an offsite center

* 2 policemen who were exposed to radiation were decontaminated

* Firemen who were exposed to radiation are under investigation

The IAEA continues to seek information from Japanese authorities about all aspects of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant, added a press release from the Japanese Chief Cabinet Secretary, dated 16 March 2011.