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A spokeswoman for the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center told BNO News that a 13.1 foot (4 meter) tsunami had hit the harbor of Pago Pago on American Samoa, but said she had no information about possible casualties. The first floor of at least one government building in Pago Pago was inundated with water, she added. CNN International reported the height of the tsunami at 23 foot (7 meters), and the Reuters news agency said an unknown number of people had been killed on the island..
2.3 is still big enough to do an awesome ammount of damage. And as Phage said, the shape of the coastline plays a big part in where gets hit how badly. If it funnels it in, then you can be looking at some big big devestation.
Originally posted by octotom
reply to post by Acidtastic
There are reports of flattened villages though. I don't see how a 2.3 foot wave could flatten a village!
"It's horrible... The village is gone and my once beautiful beach front villa has now being submerged in water," Josh Nayangu told the BBC after fleeing the area on a small fishing boat with his wife and son.
Originally posted by InterconnecteD
did the webbot make any predictions about this or an natural event in this time frame?
havent found anything yet myself