What should you do if you find suspected tsunami debris?

Like it or not tsunami debris from Japan have reached Hawaiian waters and our pristine shores.   The first confirmed debris was pulled from the waters off of Rabbit Island a month or two ago, and reports of tsunami debris are increasing daily.

Authorities ask people who find possible tsunami debris to call the Department of Land and Natural Resources at 587-0400, email dlnr@hawaii.gov or contact the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration at disasterdebris@noaa.gov.

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What should you do if you find suspected tsunami debris?

Like it or not tsunami debris from Japan have reached Hawaiian waters and our pristine shores.   The first confirmed debris was pulled from the waters off of Rabbit Island a month or two ago, and reports of tsunami debris are increasing daily.

Authorities ask people who find possible tsunami debris to call the Department of Land and Natural Resources at 587-0400, email dlnr@hawaii.gov or contact the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration at disasterdebris@noaa.gov.

Sorry, comments are closed for this post.