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A dock which was broken off from a Japanese port has washed up off the US coast of Oregon, having travelled over 8,000 km across the Pacific Ocean.

The structure, which weighs 165-tonnes, was mistaken for a barge, before being identified as a dock from Misawa in northern Japan. %u2028%u2028

It has been tested for radiation, and while none has been found, it is being guarded by the police on a beach to the south of Portland, while the authorities decide what to do with it. %u2028%u2028

It is the latest of a series of objects to have washed up on the other side of the Pacific after the devastating tsunami which hit Japan last year. %u2028%u2028

It is expected that a wealth of debris is yet to wash up on the%u2028 beach over the coming months and the ensuing winter.

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