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Tsunami Debris to Hit U.S. Sooner Than Expected


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Sam Champion

Source: ABC News

October 25, 2011


"The devastating tsunami that hit Japan in March created lasting images of houses, boats, cars and entire neighborhoods pulled out to sea.


Now, seven months later, that debris is on a direct collision course with the Pacific coast of the United States.


Up to 20 million tons of the debris, all of it potentially toxic, is floating across the Pacific Ocean in an area estimated to be twice the size of Texas.


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