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Natural Disasters List July 20, 2013-Ohio tornado damage

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
  • Tornado in Ohio
    -A tornado has hit Ursuline College in northeast Ohio about 3:35 a.m. Saturday morning collapsing a wall of the athletic center and other buildings.
    -According to the National Weather Service, EF1 twister with 110 mph winds hit Ursuline College located about 13 miles east of Cleveland.
    -Tornado damage has been worst at Ursuline's O'Brien Athletic Center. Other three buildings were also damaged including the Dauby Science Center and the Ralph M. Besse Library. Click for detail report on Ohio tornado.
  • Tornado in Pompano Beach, Florida
    -A tornado in Pompano Beach of Floida, United States has injured at least three people.
    -One person is admitted to Broward Health North with minor injuries.
  • Heavy storms in southeast Michigan
    -Heavy storms have hit southeast Michigan with winds of 60 m.p.h.
    -Storm damage has been observed in Madison Heights. Around 105,000 people have lsot power.
    -Hailstorm also hit Brownstown Township.

Recent Earthquakes 
  • M 5.8 strong earthquake in New Zealand (@ 13 km depth) with epicenter located 48 km SSW of Brooklyn. People of Blenheim, Lower Hutt, Picton, Upper Hutt, Brooklyn, Porirua, Wellington, Nelson, Richmond, Paraparaumu and Palmerston North will have felt light shaking of MMI IV.
    19:17 UTC (local time 2013-07-21 07:17 @ epicenter) 
  • M 5.5 moderate earthquake in Japan (@ 22 km depth) with epicenter located 103km ENE of Hasaki. Light shaking of MMI IV will have felt by the people of Omigawa, Hasaki, Asahi, Oarai, Okunoya and Hitachi-Naka. People of Mito-shi, Chiba-shi, Utsunomiya-shi, Fukushima-shi and Funabashi will have felt weak shaking of MMI III.
    06:06 UTC (local time 2013-07-20 15:06 @ epicenter) 
  • M 3.5 light shallow earthquake in Switzerland (@ 10 km depth) with epicenter located 3 km W of Sankt Gallen. Light to weak shaking will have felt by the people of  Andwil and Bern, Switzerland.
    03:30 UTC (local time 05:30 2013-07-20 @ epicenter)

Recent Flash Floods

  • Flooding in Chihuahua, Mexico
    -Flooding in Chihuahua, Mexico has claimed life of a person and closed an International Airport.
    -Chihuahua has received the rainfall in three hours equivalent to an entire year causing huge flood damage. Click for detail report on Mexico flood.
  • Flooding in Kailali and Dolakha, Nepal
    -Floods and landslides in Kailali and Dolakha districts of Nepal have displaced more than 2,000 families.
    -Almost 90 percent area of Dhangadhi has been waterlogged closing schools, shops and transport services.
    -At least 50 families rescued by Police have been moved to a shelter in nearby school in Uttar Behadi village. Click for detail report on Nepal floods.

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

Natural Disaster News
  • Landslide in Sarangani, Philippines
    -Landslide caused by heavy rainfall has affected around 60 households and damaged an estimated 100 hectares of farmlands. 
  • According to Namibia government, about 780,000 people, which is approximately one third of Namibia’s entire population, are now classified as food insecure due to drought. Namibia African drought currently is the worst drought in 30 years.

Useful information to read this daily natural disaster list

This natural disaster list contains daily list of natural disasters around the world. The page is break down into various parts as Recent Natural Disasters (real time update report on rolling natural disaster around the world), Recent Earthquakes  (only earthquakes which are felt by people), Recent Volcanic Activity (erupting volcanoes), Recent Flash Floods (ongoing flood information), Recent Tropical Cyclones (active cyclones) and Natural Disaster News (facts and news about natural/environmental disasters and hazards on various topics like Tornado, Tsunami, Wildfire, Drought, Hailstorm, Heat Wave, Hurricane, Epidemic, Famine, Lahar, Limnic Eruption, Mudflow, Solar Flare and other disasters).
The major natural disasters and catastrophes are linked to definite page containing update report on that disaster and also provides early disaster emergency notification if available.
The global natural disaster data and natural calamities statistics are collected from different sources like USGS, EMSC, GDACS, EDIS..


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