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Major Disasters/ Significant Events – Sep. 11, 2014

Posted by feww on September 11, 2014

EXTREME WEATHER & CLIMATIC HAZARDS
NATIONAL DISASTER DECLARATION
STATES OF EMERGENCY
MAJOR CATASTROPHES
EXTREME RAIN EVENTS
DEADLY FLOODING
MASS EVACUATIONS
SCENARIOS 900, 444, 111, 078, 070, 066, 023, 09, 02
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Death toll tops 500 in Kashmir’s worst flood in half century

Kashmir’s worst flood in 50 years has left about 500 people dead, hundreds of thousands displaced and millions of others severely affected.

More than 2,500 villages and several major cities on both sides of Kashmiri heavily militarized divide have been inundated.

The worst-hit cities include Srinagar, the capital of the Indian State of Jammu and Kashmir, which is almost completely submerged by floodwaters, and city of Jhnag [population: ~ 400,000,] the capital city of Jhang District, in the state of Punjab, Pakistan.

Floodwaters have swept away everything, officials said. Many people have lost their homes and livelihoods.

American Samoa Declared Major Disaster Area

The White House has declared a major disaster exists in the Territory of American Samoa in the areas affected by severe storms, flooding, and landslides during the period of July 29 to August 3, 2014.

Nevada Gov. Declares State Of Emergency due to Destructive Floods

Nevada Gov.  Sandoval has declared a state of emergency after extreme rain events, a combination of monsoon rains  combined with remnants of Tropical Storm Norbert inundated the Southwest earlier this week.

The town of Moapa received nearly 110mm of rain in just two hours, NWS reported. Dozens of homes were also flooded in nearby town of Overton.

Flooding destroyed a 80-km section of a Interstate 15 north of Las vegas and inundated large swathes of Clark County and the Moapa Paiute Reservation.

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