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Tsunami in USA 2011: Tsunami Waves Hit Hawaii, California in USA


Posted Date: 11-Mar-2011  Last Updated:   Category: Disaster    
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Tsunami waves hit in USA after a deadly attack in Japan. Some damages are reported in Hawaii, California. Better warning or alert system minimised the damage.



Tsunami Waves Hit USA: Damages in Hawaii, California



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After the massive Tsunami attack in Japan, the tsunami waves are racing across the shores of Hawaii, California in USA. The tsunami waves come across the Pacific Ocean. Hawaii was the second destination that the Tsunami waves hit after the deadly attack in Japan. The peak height of the waves is 2 to 3 meters. This was reported on Maui and Big Island and it is flooding all over. Good warning alerts reduced the damage in USA. According to the Tsunami predictors, the waves were said to be hit on the Northern Oregon Coast in about 7.15 am, but the reverse happened in the southern coast in 7.45 am.
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