日本でこそこういう検査が必要 放射能測定器は常時携帯: ずくなしの冷や水

2019年10月09日

日本でこそこういう検査が必要 放射能測定器は常時携帯


ベルリン発モスクワ行きの国際列車がベラルーシからロシアに入る際の国境検査で高い放射能が検出されて乗客が避難する騒ぎになったそうです。プラットフォームは立ち入り禁止に。

個室の一つとトイレでそれぞれ3μSv/hと7μSv/hの高い放射能を検出。1日で72μSv。それほど健康影響を心配する必要のない水準だと。
この車両はがん治療のためモスクワからドイツに向かう患者が使ったが、モスクワに帰った車両にはそういう患者は乗っていなかったと。治療に使われた放射性物質が車内で不適切に扱われ、それが残存していたのだろうと見られています。

甲状腺の治療では放射性ヨウ素が使われます。トイレで検出されていますから、排せつ物に含まれていた。個室で検出されたのは、吐瀉? 体液? わかりません。

日本でも電車の中でそのような患者と乗り合わせて高い放射能を検出することがあります。

RT2019/10/8
Suspected RADIOACTIVE passenger train from Germany causes alarm in Moscow
A passenger train that arrived to Moscow from Germany was evacuated and inspected for elevated levels of radiation after causing alarm on the border crossing with Belarus. Officials said those on board were not in danger, however.

One of the cars in the train, which originated in Berlin, is said to have registered increased levels of background radiation during an inspection on the Belarus-Russia border. Upon arrival at Moscow’s central Belorussky station on Tuesday evening, the entire train was evacuated, and the platform was sealed off by the police.

Specialists from the government watchdog Rospotrebnadzor, nuclear waste management company Radon, and city services personnel were all involved in the inspection. A mobile laboratory, which allows for rapid on-site analysis of samples, has also been deployed.

An all-clear was eventually given, however.

“According to the results of the measurements, there was no danger to the health of passengers on board this train,” the Emergencies Ministry (EMERCOM) press service told reporters.

Heightened radiation levels were recorded in one of the compartments and in the toilet – three and seven microsieverts, respectively. The average dental x-ray is from five to ten, by comparison.

The car was reportedly used by cancer patients traveling to Germany for treatment, and was empty on the return trip. It is possible that radioactive substances used in therapy may have been improperly handled on board during the outgoing trip and left lingering traces of radiation.
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