WRAPUP 8-Reactor incident could signal setback at Japan nuclear plant

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* Three workers hurt, work at plant slowed * Contamination fears spread in Japan and beyond * China says travellers from Japan found contaminated (Adds details on workers, travellers to China) By Mayumi Negishi and Kazunori Takada TOKYO, March 25 (Reuters) - Japan said on Friday workers who suffered burns while trying to cool a crippled reactor were exposed to radiation levels 10,000 times higher than expected, adding evidence that the crucial containment vessel for nuclear fuel had ...

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