Volcanoes are formed as mountains that can be deadly. The tornado-like winds and ash from the eruption, opposed to the magma, is the most deadly part of a volcano. These winds are called “pyroclastic flow” and are very powerful that destroy lots. “The pyroclastic flow is similar to strong wind storms called hurricanes”(Lassieur 3). These winds are often the worst kind of destruction that surrounding land can suffer from.
At that time 6,000 American troops had killed, and almost 44,000 wounded (“How 9/11 Changed America: Four Major Lasting Impacts”). Of returning service members, more than 18% have post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) or depression, and almost 20% have be found suffering from the effects of traumatic brain injury (TBI). Islamic extremism threaten the stability of Iraq and the neighboring Syria, the U.S. has again resumed air strikes in that region. Since the terrorist attack of 9/11, millions of young U.S. soldiers have been deployed overseas, thousands of loving soldiers have been killed, and many have returned home with forever life changing disabilities and debilitating physical and mental
Some of it dives into the earth’s interior others thrust upwards this leads to an earthquake. Huge movements cause earth to release lots of energy. Some of the energy takes the form of shock waves, called seismic waves. Shocks radiate from the center of the earthquake. Seismic waves can cause violent shaking.
There is one Hurricane that did tremendous damage to people’s life and home: Hurricane Matthew. Hurricane Matthew was a overwhelming storm. The hurricane made buildings come crashing down onto the ground and also killed many people. People’s homes were ruined by the high winds of the storm. Due to the 120 mph hurricane, many citizens were left without power, frankly, more than 476,000.
Crowding also became an intense behavior as people rushed to vehicles and relief organizations who were bringing in more food, medical supplies, and water. People were running and yelling as they became desperate help. According to a BBC article, Rachmani Domersant an operations manager of the Food for the Poor charity said, “You have thousands of people sitting in the streets with nowhere to go. There are people running, crying, screaming” (2010). Mass hysteria created the intense acts and behaviors seen by people after the earthquake.
As Mont-Blanc floated towards Halifax, and citizens gathered to watch, Mont-Blanc exploded sending rubble in all directions. The contents of Mont-Blanc was a recipe for disaster; it was carrying a shipment that included ammunition such as Benzol, Gun cotton, Dry picric acid, Wet picric acid, and TNT. The explosion
The hurricane formed many days before it hit the U.S. and yet there were still over 2000 deaths. Most of the deaths were either people with not enough means to evacuate and senior citizens. The government should have sent a rescue team to go through the evacuated cities so they could help the people with lower income and senior citizens. They should have also rescued all the abandoned pets and animals that can’t leave. If I was in the hurricane I would be terrified, seeing all my neighbors house and my house being ripped to pieces and seeing water 20 feet high above the
Confusion, fear, and panic creep in. Earthquake! “I live in Oklahoma!” Images of the countless fracking drills you’ve seen over the years come to mind. Unfortunately, tremors and earthquakes have spiked over the years as a result of fracking. Fracking has had such an impact on the environment causing earthquakes, water supply damage, and polluting the air.
("The Story Of The Power And Fury Of Hurricane Andrew".) Damages ranged from blown out windows to building collapsing on one another. Roofs ripped of the trim of houses left behind. Rubble , floods , and debris all on the roads. The conditions were treacherous very dangerous conditions.