The International Red Cross is has confirmed that they have been in South Korea since the first reports of radiation.
“We have been treating individuals who have had the most exposure to the
elements (and consequently to radiation),” International Red Cross Spokesperson Julie Sell said, “such as construction workers,
policemen, and even the homeless.”
The nuclear meltdown in Yongbyon caused radon and xenon gas to reach levels 200 times larger than what is considered safe.
North Korea has recently responded “positively” to the International Red Cross’s offer to help North Korea’s citizen.
Update: North Korea has confirmed that they have allowed the International Red Cross in to treat citizen’s radiation sickness.