Drove away with important documents on the roof of the car – the world’s largest nuclear power plant still shut down

A week ago, Japan’s Kashiwazaki-Kariwa, which is the world’s largest nuclear power plant, was forced to shut down for safety reasons. Now Kashiwazaki-Kariwa has suffered another, slightly more strange, mishap.

This time it was a blunder by an employee that caused the nuclear power plant to continue waiting for a restart.

Drove away – then the documents were scattered to the wind

Many car owners can certainly recognize themselves in that time when they filled up the car, forgot their cup of coffee on the car roof and burned away. Something similar happened to the employee at Kashiwazaki-Kariwa.

The person in question had put a bunch of extremely important papers on the roof of the car – something he forgot when he started the car and started driving.

Was about floods and fires

Fadäsen was only discovered after a local resident found some of the documents – which, among other things, dealt with how the nuclear power plant would deal with floods and fires.

And the story doesn’t end there – 38 pages of the important documents are still missing.

Nuclear power in Japan has been under intense scrutiny since the accident in Fukushima a little over ten years ago, and both the careless driver and his manager should have received warnings.