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City officials say it may be too expensive, but townspeople in Seaside say there needs to be a highway bypass on high ground, so they can escape, if and when a tsunami hits. Seaside resident John Dunzer says elected leaders are allowing bureaucratic obstacles to get in the way. City officials say they'll explore the idea of a tsunami escape route, but can't make any promises.

 

 

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