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The Deadliest Tsunami In History

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Omar Mondragon

on 17 April 2015

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The Great Indian Ocean Tsunami of 2004
STATISTICS
Date: Sunday 26 December 2004
Time: 7:58 am local time 11:58 Sydney time
Where: Indian Ocean
What: 9.2 earthquake triggering a 20-30 meter tsunami
Deaths: 275,000
Countries involved: 14
Continents involved: 12


It killed more then 275,000 people in the area where it hit and more in other countries involved
With a magnitude of 9.1 and 9.3 its the second largest earthquake to strike and ever recorded in the seismograph.
It caused the entire planet to vibrate as much as 1 cm and triggered other earthquakes as far away as alaska.
A total of 14 billion was raised nation wide
Waves up to 30 meter and 100 feet high!
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