2. 1967: Flash flood in Lisbon, Portugal: 464 dead
3. 1971: Kuala Lumpur floods, Malaysia: 32 dead
4. 1972: The Black Hills flood, South Dakota, U.S.: 238 dead 5. 1976: The Big Thompson River flood, which killed 143 people in Colorado, U.S. 6. 2007: Sudan floods
7. 2009: September 26 in Metro Manila primarily Marikina city, Taguig City, and Pasig City; and many municipalities of the provinces of Rizal, Bulacan and Laguna taking more than a hundred lives and leaving thousands of affected residents homeless. It also submerged several municipalities under feet deep of water for several weeks. 8. 2011: Philippines, Cagayan de Oro and Iligan City, 17 December 2011. At least 1200 people killed as reported by Red Cross. See also Tropical Storm Washi 9. 2012: Krasnodarskiy Kray, Russia. 172 people were killed by a flash flood that struck at 2 A.M. local time on 7 July. Main cities that were hit are Krymsk and Gelendzhik. 10. 2012: Uttarakhand, Uttarakhand, India: 26 dead
Tsunami : the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami was among the deadliest natural disasters in human history with over 230,000 people killed in 14 countries bordering the Indian Ocean. Avalanche :
A large avalanche in Montroc, France, in 1999, 300,000 cubic metres of snow slid on a 30° slope, achieving a speed of 100 km/h (60 mph). It killed 12 people in their chalets under 100,000 tons of snow, 5 meters (15 ft) deep. In 1993, the Bayburt Üzengili avalanche killed 60 individuals in Üzengili in the province of Bayburt, Turkey. Two avalanches occurred in March 1910 in the Cascade and Selkirk Mountain ranges; On March 1 the Wellington avalanche killed 96 in Washington State, United States. Three days later 62 railroad workers were killed in the Rogers Pass avalanche in British Columbia, Canada. Tornado :
Tornadoes kill an average of 179 people per year in Bangladesh, the most in the world.[c The most record-breaking tornado in...