A Fishermen from Hawaii found a Dangerous Piece of Tsunami Debris: VIDEO

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Fishermen from Hawaii were lucky that they discovered a massive piece of Japanese tsunami debris, because it had been night, the results could have been disastrous.
For the past one year and a half, this dock that they found has been circling around in the northern Pacific gyre as a bullet in a game of Russian roulette, and it had eventually found itself near the Hawaiian island of Moloka’i, twenty-five miles east of Oahu.
The US Coast Guard is still broadcasting a notice to mariners over VHF Ch. 16 while a schedule is put in place on how to deal with this. More than probably however, it is going to be happily used as a target for either the Coast Guard or Naval war vessels in the zone and allow it to sink to the ultra deep waters surrounding Hawaii.
Of considerable concern, besides the apparent hazard to navigation it presents, is the introduction of invasive species that can have attached themselves to the dock from other parts of the Pacific. This summer, a similar dock was found beached on an Oregon beach and the removal and disposal fee was upwards of 80 000 dollars. Clinging to the dock was a sea star, native to Japanese waters. Depending on the munitions use, sinking it in deep water might probably be the quickest and cheapest option to tax payers.
Here is the VIDEO of the Japanese Tsunami Dock.