Devastating tsunami hits Japan.
A 8.9-magnitude earthquake has triggered a tsunami along Japan’s north-eastern coastline, and scores are feared killed. Cars, boats, homes and people were swept away as fires burned out of control.
Key points from BBC.com article
- 8.9 magnitude earthquake hits the north-east of Japan triggering a tsunami that has caused extensive damage
- Waves as high as 10m (33ft) strike Japanese coastal towns, with numerous casualties feared
- A tsunami warning covers Japan, the Philippines, Hawaii, the Pacific coast of Russia, Indonesia, Taiwan, Australia, New Zealand and also Central and South America
- The National Weather Service predictions say that a potential tsunami could hit San Francisco first and at about 8:30 a.m. could threaten Santa Monica beaches.
- Wave arrival is expected to hit Santa Barbara at 8:17 a.m., San Pedro at 8:32 a.m. and La Jolla at 8:41 a.m.
- This is the seventh larges earthquake recorded in world history.
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Day 21 - What’s In Your Bag?
What’s always in my bag, man… until I smoke it. Then I gotta get another bag.
steven hyde. fucking unf.