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Homes Collapse On Sea Beach : Homes Collapsed And Started Floating On Water After Massive Sea Wave Hit

Homes Collapse On Sea Beach : Homes Collapsed And Started Floating On Water After Massive Sea Wave Hit
Written by Arindam
Homes Collapse On Sea Beach : Homes Collapsed And Started Floating On Water After Massive Sea Wave Hit

Washington : The strong waves of the sea have the ability to shed everything that comes before them. Its pattern is seen when tsunamis and floods occur. Recently, something similar was seen on the Outer Bank of North Carolina when strong waves first toppled a house located on the seashore and then carried it away with it. The house on wooden pillars could not withstand the rising sea level for a long time.

The Cape Hatteras National Seashore of the National Park Service has shared the video of the sinking house on its official Twitter handle. While sharing the location of the house, the department wrote that it was the second house to drown on that day. The good thing is that no one was in both the houses at the time of the accident. It can be seen in the video that the house situated on the sea side was supported on some wooden pillars.

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A strong wave hits these pillars and the house collapses. But instead of sinking under water, it floats in the sea. The second house that collapsed on the same day was located in the same area of ​​Rodanthe. According to a CNN report, there are growing concerns about rising sea levels and beach erosion along the Cape Hatteras Island border in North Carolina. The house was located on an old part of the beach which is filled with tourists during the summer.
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The storm hit the Outer Bank area
According to reports, another house collapsed in Rodanthe in February, whose debris spread for miles into the sea. After these accidents, the authorities are afraid that the sea may swallow many more houses in the coming days. These houses are falling at a time when the Outer Banks area is witnessing severe weather including dangerous waves and strong winds. The department said water could rise on the seashore and tourists should avoid going near the sea during storms.

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