Hoshi Family (Atomic Dog Rescue Team) reports they have successfully rescued the dogs shown in TEPCO surveillance video.
UPDATE JUNE 10TH — VIDEO SHOWING RAID APPEARS ON YOUTUBE:
The dogs were taken to the Kanagawa Animal Emergency Hospital for decontamination and treatment.
Not only is this good for the dogs, but it prevents accidental contamination of the public if these dogs were to migrate back out of the 20km radiation zone.
Hoshi posted an update on The Hachiko Coalition Facebook page:
(Translation By Miho):
We caught these two dogs. Now we are in transit to Kanagawa night time emergency animal hospital.
Apparently, as a precaution, these two “Atomic Dogs” are being quarantined in an underground cement parking garage for at least 10 days to ensure they do not expose anyone to radiation.
UPDATE — radiation levels — this is the amount measured by Hoshi Family:
Dog A: 3 μSv
Dog B: 2 μSV
TEPCO Front gate: 7 μSV/hour
Sea north of plant 1.5km: 1 μSv/hour
West 3km town: 10 μSV/hour
This is from the original post yesterday:
Based on the location of the towers in the surveillance footage, the camera is here.
ORIGINAL FOOTAGE! Watch the video showing the two dogs roaming TEPCO: