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Natural Disasters List May 25, 2013-Coal mine flooding in China

Recent Natural Disasters 2013: This natural disaster list covers important natural disasters in the world with detail update report.
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Recent Natural Disasters
  • Coal mine flooding in China
    -At least nine dead and one reported missing in coal mine flooding in Zhangqiu in Shandong Province of China.
    -Colliery owner and others involved in the accident have been taken in custody. Click for detail report on China coal mine flood.
  • Avalanche on Mt Kanchenjunga, Nepal
    -At least five mountaineers killed in an avalanche while returning from the peak of Mt Kanchenjunga in Nepal.
    -Two Hungarian, two Nepalese and one South Korean climber were missing from Monday. Click for detail report on Kanchenjunga avalanche.


Recent Earthquakes 
  • M 5.6 moderate deep earthquake in East Timor (@ 110 km depth) with epicenter located 282km ENE of Dili. People of Lospalos, Atambua, Ambon and Kefamenanu will have felt weak shaking of MMI III.
    10:32 UTC (local time 2013-05-25 19:32 @ epicenter)
  • M 4.3 light earthquake in Japan (@ 31 km depth) with epicenter located 28km NNE of Namie. Light to weak shaking will have felt by the people of Marumori, Kakuda and Watari.
    02:11 UTC (local time 2013-05-25 11:11 @ epicenter)




Recent Flash Floods

  • Flooding in San Antonio, Texas
    -Flooding in San Antonio, Texas killed one and left another missing.
    -A flash flood emergency has been declared in San Antonio. Click for detail report on
    San Antonio flood.
  • Flooding in Auckland, New Zealand
    -Strong winds, king tides and flooding are predicted to occur Saturday night and Sunday morning in Auckland, New Zealand.
    -Flood warning has been issued for drivers in Thames, Auckland travelling on low-lying roads close to the Waitemata Harbour. Click for detail report on Auckland flood.


Recent Volcanic Activity
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Recent Tropical Cyclones
  • There is no tropical storm activity for today.


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