Slowly but surely, a tragic event that happened half of a world away is making its way to America.

The Tsunami and earthquake that struck Japan last year left countless dead, and millions of tons of debris free floating in the Pacific Ocean.

Wrecked cars, portions of homes, boats, furniture and junk swept up by the Tsunami in Japan are on a slow-motion collision course with California.

A physicist with the NOAA says nobody is ‘officially' tracking the junk, but "I would not be surprised to see some fishing vessels by April, and the main mass of debris start arriving a year from this March."

Experts says the junk is not expected to be radioactive.