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Tsunami Waves Hit Oregon, Vancouver Next? Will 'Breaking Dawn' Cast Be Safe?

breaking-dawnThe first tsunami waves have hit the coast of Oregon…will Vancouver be next? Will the Breaking Dawn cast and Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart be safe?  Call me shallow but that has me worried!  Fox News, MSNBC,  NBC News and other networks attempt to explain tsunami news this morning and news from Japan.

But the news is not good for the area where Breaking Dawn is in production right now and I’m worried!

You can watch live coverage of the Oregon tsunami waves this morning via Oregon local news station KGW.

The first waves from a tsunami caused by a Japanese earthquake have reached the U.S. mainland along the Oregon coast.

Geophysicist Gerard Fryer at the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center in Honolulu says high water reached Port Orford, Ore., around 7:30 a.m. PST Friday. Oregon authorities along the coast activated warning sirens hours earlier to alert people to leave low-lying areas.

The National Weather Service says some of the biggest waves of between 6 and 7 feet were expected to hit near Crescent City, Calif. In Alaska, the tsunami caused a wave just over 5 feet at Shemya in the Aleutian Islands 1,200 miles southwest of Anchorage.

A tsunami from the Japan earthquake is roaring toward the United States this morning, with huge waves expected to hit Hawaii and California. A tsunami is predicted to hit Hawaii and Los Angeles this morning!  The tsunami is expected to hit Los Angeles at around 8:45am local time.

Photo: Summit Entertainment/Breaking Dawn

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