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Jett- Jett • 1 year ago

A ferocious tsunami spawned by one of the largest earthquakes ever recorded slammed Japan’s eastern coast on March 11, 2011 killing hundreds of people as it swept away boats, cars and homes while widespread fires burned out of control. Hours later, the tsunami hit Hawaii and warnings blanketed the Pacific, as far away as South America, Canada, Alaska and the entire U.S. West Coast.

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