The tears of God washed over the land
Tsunami it is called.
Two children perished hand-in-hand
The whole world was appalled!
Yes, thousands of these little ones, 147 more words
by Capt. Bob Leonard
Eight Hundred feet below me the water of the Ouzinkie Narrows lay cold and gray. I glanced toward Pleasant Harbor in the distance, not knowing that young Chris Opheim was hanging onto a piece of equipment in his father’s saw mill while the ground rolled and shook violently and the saw mill started to shed some of its roof. 3,342 more words
By Captain Bob Leonard
On a Friday afternoon I was flying my Grumman Goose amphibian on the last leg of the north end mail run. With eleven minutes left before landing I was above the Ouzinkie Narrows, a body of water, which separates Kodiak Island from Spruce Island. 1,075 more words
The U.S. Geological Survey reports there was a magnitude 6.9 earthquake near the Fiji region.
There is no tsunami threat to Hawaii according to the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center. 14 more words