To date, the most famous bit of tsunami debris to wash up on the Oregon Coast was a 19-foot dock that broke free in Japan and came ashore on Agate Beach last summer. Late last week, something else washed up, in Oceanside.
And if it is tsunami debris, it’s a heartbreaking reminder of the disaster that struck Japan two years ago. Judson Randall found it.
He works at Portland State University, but he spends his weekends at Oceanside, and he joined OPB’s Geoff Norcross to discuss his discovery. Click the “play” button, above, to listen in.
OPB | Feb. 22, 2017