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Hopefully a major tsunami doesn't follow that Earthquake
Yeah, that how people usually predict a tsunami. They form when something disrupts the ocean water causing a massive wave that builds up. They should have better seawalls to stop the wave in it's tracks or a mechanical wall in the water that comes up whenever they come.
Tohoku, Japan March 11th, 2011
That wave is getting big!
Yeah! We should run and get to high ground. I have a radio handy for alerts. Let's move inland and stay away from the beach. Save yourself not your possessions and avoid anything potentially hazardous such as power lines. Tsunamis will flood towns sweeping away anything in it's way as, essentially, it's a very big wave.
*cries in terror*
The tsunami is coming! Run!
Take shelter in the hospital! Don't let the tsunami take you!
In the hospital! Hurry! Take the stairs to the top floor.
Sources: Ready.gov LiveScience.com
The tsunami is sweeping the city taking people, trash, and debris from the earthquake with it. The current is very strong but we should be safe here. We need to stay above the wave and stay away from cliff and other things that might fall. Stay away from the contaminated water and we'll return home when they say it's safe. Let's check for injuries.
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