Expert hopes Tsunami Advisory helps people prepare: 'It's a good wake-up call'

Experts said even though it didn't cause a lot of damage, it's still a good wake-up call for people who live on the coast.

1/17/2022 5:33:00 AM

Experts said even though it didn't cause a lot of damage, it's still a good wake-up call for people who live on the coast.

Those living on the West Coast awoke Saturday to a Tsunami Advisory brought on by an undersea volcanic eruption near the Pacific nation of Tonga. Scientists said this is the first-ever, Pacific-wide Tsunami Advisory caused by a volcanic eruption, rather than an earthquake. Experts said even though it didn't cause a lot of damage, it's still a good wake-up call for people who live on the coast. Caption: Sent in by Patty Brockman.

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That's just stupid! There's not much anyone can do when the shit actually hits the fan. Warning or not the Sheeple Will flock to the beach. Because they are people and people are everywhere! What happened to Tonga? People good ? Do they need help at all? We know we're okay !