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Inside a radioactive ghost town

A photographer went inside the nuclear town of Fukushima which has been deserted for five years.

Five years ago, Fukushima became frozen in time after it was evacuated after a nuclear disaster.
Japanese towns in the area became frozen in time since March 11, 2011, the largest nuclear disaster since Cheronbyl.
A 9.0 magnitude earthquake rocked the land that day, followed by a tsunami – 20,000 people were dead or missing.
The Japanese government keeps surrounding towns locked down for fear of radiation contamination – but photographer Keow Wee Loong and two colleagues managed to sneak in.
Click through to see the incredibly eerie pictures.

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