Marin dodges tsunami, but threat here is real
Marin sidestepped significant damage from the tsunami that devastated Japan, but the county still is at risk if there should be an earthquake or massive coastal landslide closer to home.
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#1 Mar 12, 2011
next time maybe not so lucky
"As tsunami waves from the Japan earthquake begin to hit Hawaii and are on their way to our West Coast, the federal government has been closely monitoring the situation at the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center and is issuing advisories to those affected as necessary. Luckily, they arenít anticipating major damage. The United States is able to monitor the globe and quickly spring into action to save lives when necessary because its taxpayers fund it. But if Republicans in Congress had their way with proposed budget cuts that just failed in the Senate, tsunami and other disaster monitoring operations would have been reduced significantly. Good thing God got this awful disaster in when he did!"
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