The most disaster in the world

 Highest earthquake death records
  about July 1201 in all cities in the Near East and the eastern Mediterranean are destroyed by an earthquake, most of the dead, estimated up to about llO million. The 8-magnitude earthquake that occurred in Huaxian, Shaanxi, China on January 23, 1556 caused fewer deaths than the former, at 830,000. The highest recorded death toll from an earthquake in modern times was the Tangshan earthquake (magnitude 7.8) that occurred at 3:42 am on July 28, 1976.
  The largest earthquake tsunami
  largest tsunami caused by an earthquake once, otherwise known as “seaquake” (often mistakenly called “tidal waves”) of record is April 24, 1971 occurred in Japan, the Ryukyu Islands in Ishigaki In the island’s case, it is estimated that the crest of the huge wave was as high as 84.7 meters, and the huge wave that was discharged into the sea threw a whole coral reef weighing 850 tons over 2.092 kilometers. The sea wave hit by this earthquake is measured to travel at a speed of 788.557 kilometers per hour.
  Shipwreck maximum tonnage of the ship’s
  deadweight 312,186 tons of “courage a determination” is the world’s largest shipwreck of a vessel tonnage. On December 12, 1979, this super tanker exploded and caught fire in the Strait of Hormuz in West Asia, splitting into two pieces. The ship is worth 58 million US dollars. In 1979, Smith Tower International set a world record for lifting the wreck of the largest tonnage. The company spent 20 months salvaging the 139,000-ton French tanker “Batigs” in Terry Bay, Ireland.
  The biggest snowfall
  in 24 hours Silver Lake, Colorado, April 14, 1921 15, snow reached 1930 mm. Within 12 months, the Paradas area of ​​Mount Rainier, Washington State, USA, reached 31102.3 mm from February 19, 1971 to February 18, 1972. During a snowfall, it reached 4,800,6 mm in the Sand Tower Szebold Mountain in California, USA. The thickest snow on the ground: Lake Helen in Lassen Mountains, California, USA. In April 1983, the snow cover reached 70.36 cm.
  The hurricane that caused the largest number of homeless
  Between October 26 and November 4, 1998, Hurricane Mitch struck Central America, killing 9745 people and damaging 93690 houses, causing approximately 2.5 million people to rely on international assistance. The hurricane reached a maximum speed of 290 kilometers per hour and gathered forces over the Caribbean Sea. It first hit the coastline of Honduras, then moved inland and passed the border between El Salvador and Honduras before directly entering Guatemala. After entering southern Mexico, the hurricane weakened into a tropical rainstorm.