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What do you think the chances are of a tsunami in California?

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Default What do you think the chances are of a tsunami in California?



I live on the coast, i mean like, 100 feet away from the ocean. and my greatest fear is a tsunami.. what is the chance that a tsunami will hit california? do you think? or when was the last time on hit?
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I think the last major one was in the 60's, it also caused damage in Oregon. There's a bunch of information about it in Newport, OR and the quake was in AK.

It's bound to happen, if that's your fear, you should either find a way to get over it or move somewhere else.
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