The Coast Guard finally managed to track down the whereabouts of what is believed to be the fourth and final missing Japanese Tsunami dock that chartered thousands of miles of ocean surface after the 2011 Japanese Tsunami ripped through the fishing town of Misawa, Japan.
The dock was spotted by fishermen drifting between a couple of Hawaiian Islands late last summer but then disappeared. It didn’t show up until a fishing vessel spotted it off the coast of Washington earlier this month. The Coast Guard found it beached on a lonely wilderness rocky beach north of the Hoh River on the Washington Peninsula, within the Olympic National Park.
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