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The deadliest US hurricane The final death toll will never be known...perhaps even 12,000 drowned because they failed to evacuateStill image:
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Keywords:   Damage & Aftermath, Waves & Surf, Wind, Weather Explanations, Hurricanes, The tropics, The sea, Hurricane damage, September Weather Events, Weather Records, Weather Forecasting, Storm Surge
Asset ID: 5299
Title: The deadliest US hurricane
Concept: The final death toll will never be known...perhaps even 12,000 drowned because they failed to evacuate
Detail: The deadliest US hurricane struck Galveston, Texas in September, 1900. The storm surge which washed over Galveston Island caused most of the death and destruction. The Galveston storm was reasonably well forecasted, by the standards of the time, but resulted in such a tragedy as many residents ignored the warnings to evacuate to the mainland. The only partially successful evacuation ahead of Hurricane Katrina reveals this to be modern problem as well. Many more US coastal areas are exposed to this type of potential disaster - more now than ever before. The Florida Keys alone have over 60,000 residents, and during the summer months this may be swelled to a far greater number. With only one two lane highway for escape, the potential problems are obvious.

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