Worst Natural Massive Destruction In History

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Worst Natural Massive Destruction In History

The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center in Hawaii said a tsunami watch was in outcome for Indonesia, India, Sri Lanka, Australia, Myanmar, Thailand, the Maldives and other Indian Ocean islands, Malaysia, Pakistan, Somalia, Oman, Iran, Bangladesh, Kenya, South Africa and Singapore. The tremor was felt in Singapore, Thailand, Bangladesh, Malaysia and India. High-rise apartments and offices on Malaysia's west coast shook for at least a minute.
Acehnese people run abruptly after a prevailing earthquake hit western coast of Sumatera in Banda Aceh on April 11, 2012. A gigantic earthquake struck off Indonesia's Sumatra island, US and Indonesian monitors reported, prompting an Indian Ocean-wide tsunami alert.
A tsunami watch was issued for countries across the Indian Ocean after a great earthquake hit waters off Indonesia on Wednesday, triggering extensive terror as residents along coastlines fled to high ground in cars and on the backs of motorcycles. The U.S. Geological investigation said the 8.7-magnitude quake was centered 20 miles beneath the ocean floor around 269 miles from Aceh's provincial capital.
Thailand's National Disaster Warning Center issued an mass departure order to residents in six provinces along the country's west coast, including the popular tourist destinations of Phuket, Krabi and Phang-Nga. Indonesia straddles a series of fault lines that makes the vast island nation prone to volcanic and seismic activity. A giant 9.1-magnitude quake off the country on Dec. 26, 2004, triggered a tsunami in the Indian Ocean that killed 230,000 people, nearly three quarter of them in Aceh.

Northwestern Iran - June 21, 1990

Worst Natural Massive Destruction In History

Chile - 22 May, 1960

Worst Natural Massive Destruction In History

Northern Sumatra, Indonesia - December 26, 2004

Worst Natural Massive Destruction In History

Andreanof Islands earthquake - March 9, 1957

Worst Natural Massive Destruction In History

Andreanof Islands earthquake - March 9, 1957

Worst Natural Massive Destruction In History

Great East Japan Earthquake, Japan - March 11, 2011

Worst Natural Massive Destruction In History

Northern Sumatra, Indonesia - December 26, 2004

Worst Natural Massive Destruction In History

Northern Sumatra, Indonesia - December 26, 2004

Worst Natural Massive Destruction In History

Prince William Sound, Alaska - 28 March, 1964

Worst Natural Massive Destruction In History

Chile - 22 May, 1960

Worst Natural Massive Destruction In History

Mexico City - September 20, 1985

Worst Natural Massive Destruction In History

Mexico City - September 20, 1985

Worst Natural Massive Destruction In History

Loma Prieta earthquake - October 17, 1989

Worst Natural Massive Destruction In History

Loma Prieta earthquake - October 17, 1989

Worst Natural Massive Destruction In History

Mexico City - September 20, 1985

Worst Natural Massive Destruction In History

Northwestern Iran - June 21, 1990

Worst Natural Massive Destruction In History

Izmit, Turkey - August 17, 1999

Worst Natural Massive Destruction In History

Prince William Sound, Alaska - 28 March, 1964

Worst Natural Massive Destruction In History

Prince William Sound, Alaska - 28 March, 1964

Worst Natural Massive Destruction In History

Loma Prieta earthquake - October 17, 1989

Worst Natural Massive Destruction In History

Izmit, Turkey - August 17, 1999

Worst Natural Massive Destruction In History

Andreanof Islands earthquake - March 9, 1957

Worst Natural Massive Destruction In History

Great East Japan Earthquake, Japan - March 11, 2011

Worst Natural Massive Destruction In History

Chile/Argentina - November 11, 1922

Worst Natural Massive Destruction In History

Great East Japan Earthquake, Japan - March 11, 2011

Worst Natural Massive Destruction In History

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