(CBS 5) – The earthquake and tsunami that rocked Japan moved these vessels into neighborhoods, roadways and buildings. In this Good Question: How are the Japanese moving large ships that got swept inland by the tsunami?

ANSWER: According to Peter Dailey of the Port of San Francisco, ships are being moved in a variety of ways. When possible, large cranes are being brought inland to lift the ships back into the water. Other methods include “rolling” the ships back to the sea using portable floats and rollers.

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Comments (2)
  1. Constance says:

    Hello Ken,

    here is my good question;

    How come products don’t get pulled off the drug stores, or market shelves if the FDA hasn’t approved them yet?

    And how come they are allowed to be sold this way?


    of Sanfrancisco

  2. Constance says:

    Hello Ken,

    What would happen if the daylight savings time stayed the same all year around

    And what impact would it have on us?


    San francisco

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