Map of Major Natural Disasters 2015
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Last Updated: Friday, March 27, 2015

Heaviest rain in 80 yrs hits Chile – 6 dead, 19 missing


Devastating floods in Chile have claimed lives of at least six people and left 19 others missing.

The downpours in the usually arid region have been the heaviest in about 80 years, Reuters reported.

Last Updated: Thursday, March 26, 2015

AMAZING VIDEO: Massive sinkhole in Brazil swallows passenger bus


Heavy rainfall and flooding have formed massive sinkholes in roads in Brazil. Sinkhole disaster in the state of Para near the cities of Itaituba and Ruropolis has swallowed a bus.

After the bus was evacuated, it fell into a sinkhole and was pulled down by the high flood water rushing beneath the road, The Washington Post reported. 

Extremely dangerous tornado in Tulsa, Oklahoma kills 1


Extremely dangerous tornado in Tulsa, Oklahoma has claimed life of a person and injured several others.

The death occurred inside a mobile home park near suburban Sand Springs on Wednesday, BBC reported quoting Tulsa police.

Natural Disasters List March 25, 2015 – Peru landslide kills 7


Recent Natural Disasters 2015: This natural disaster list covers important natural disasters in the world with detail update report.

World's driest Atacama desert in Chile hit by flash floods


Flash floods in Chile's Atacama desert, one of the driest regions in the world, have left thousands of people without electricity or water.

Chile's government has declared a state of emergency for the Atacama desert region after heavy rainfall triggered flooding in the region.

Peru declares emergency in Chosica as landslide kills 7


A state of emergency has been declared in Peruvian town of Chosica as landslide claimed lives of at least seven people and destroyed 65 houses.

According to Reuters, six people are missing and 25 have been injured in the landslide disaster in Chosica. A 60-day emergency has been declared in the district of Lurigancho-Chosica by the Government of Peru.

Last Updated: Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Giant sinkhole in New Jersey swallows car


A giant sinkhole in Jersey's South Amboy has swallowed a car destroying part of a street. The sinkhole in New Jersey is at least 20 feet deep and 15 feet across.

Three nearby homes along Gordon Street in South Amboy had to be evacuated, NJ.Com quoted Chief Michael Geraltowski of the South Amboy Fire Department as saying.