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Washington - 1800 feet
Most major roadways and cities are now underwater. The visible land masses that make up Washington are the Olympic National Forest island, a string of national forests down the center of the state, the northeastern portion of the state which includes the city of Spokane and the northern tip of the Whitman National Forest that enters Washington from Oregan.

NOTE: The highest tsunami recorded was 1720 feet in Lituya Bay, Alaska.

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