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Tsunami debris reported closer to Washington coast

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EVERETT, Wash. (AP) — A Seattle oceanographer who has been tracking debris from the Japanese tsunami says a huge debris field, hundreds of miles across, is about 400 miles off the Washington coast. Retired University of Washington oceanographer Curtis Ebbesmeyer told The Daily Herald ( ) it could hit the coast around mid-December, depending on weather and currents. A...

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