SALEM, Ore. — Tsunami debris has been a hot topic along the Oregon coast since a massive concrete dock washed ashore in June. Now, a new warning has been issued from the state of Oregon that changing seasons could mean more tsunami debris will land on the coast.
The Governor’s Tsunami Debris Task Force is traveling around the state, talking to coastal communities about the debris issue, checking in to see if any new debris has reached land. They will also hold discussions that will include funding, invasive species, and outreach.
The task force will also monitor potentially radioactive material. So far, none has been found.