Lumber is latest likely tsunami find

Lumber is latest likely tsunami find

Kayakers report lumber probably came from Japan
This 20-foot open boat, found Friday on Washington’s Benson Beach at Cape Disappointment State Park, was festooned with hundreds of what state Fish and Wildlife officials said are gooseneck barnacles. Officials are warning the public to stay clear, just in case the boat might harbor any invasive plant or animal species.
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Officials say no radiation has been detected yet tsunami debris, but they’re keeping a close watch. Washington Gov. Chris Gregoire, right, listens as Lynn Albin of the Department of Health describes the Geiger counter readings on debris Monday in Ocean Shores, Wash.

Lumber is latest likely tsunami find

This 20-foot open boat, found Friday on Washington’s Benson Beach at Cape Disappointment State Park, was festooned with hundreds of what state Fish and Wildlife officials said are gooseneck barnacles. Officials are warning the public to stay clear, just in case the boat might harbor any invasive plant or animal species.
MacLeod Pappidas/The Daily World
Officials say no radiation has been detected yet tsunami debris, but they’re keeping a close watch. Washington Gov. Chris Gregoire, right, listens as Lynn Albin of the Department of Health describes the Geiger counter readings on debris Monday in Ocean Shores, Wash.
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