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Topic - Ryohei Shiomi
If officials can get the power turned on, get the replacement pumps working and get enough seawater into the reactors and spent fuel pools, it would only take a day to bring the temperatures back to a safe cooling stage, said Ryohei Shiomi, an official with the Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency.
"There is nothing else we can do but keep doing what we've been doing," Mr. Shiomi said.