How many people died in the 2010 tsunamis of Chile?
we don't know because people are still efected by it. last i heard it was 5000 people.
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The Asian tsunami of 2004 had a death toll of over 230,000 people.Over 167,000 people in Indonesia died as a result.The series of devastating tsunamis along the coasts of mostlandmasses bordering the Indian Ocean killed over 230,000 people infourteen countries. It was one of the deadliest natural di…sastersin recorded history. Indonesia was the hardest hit, followed by SriLanka, India, and Thailand. (MORE)
About 12,000 people died in India during the 2004 tsunami. A totalof over 100,000 people died in the countries that were affectedcombined.
6000 people died in the earthquake with many more dieing from starvation and lack of fresh water
The death toll in Japan from the March 11th 2011 tsunami is at 8,133, and 12,272 are still missing. The Japanese police estimates the death poll will exceed 18,000. There is no way to know the exact numbers, since it is fairly preliminary at this moment. The death toll is rising as rescue searchers …find more people under the rubble. By some accounts, the death toll has exceeded 7,000. (MORE)
The Newfoundland government has an excellent page devoted to this. There are a handful of photos as well as facts and figures about this disaster: http://www.heritage.nf.ca/law/tsunami29.html A tsunami struck the east coast of Canada on 18 November 1929. It was triggered by an underwater eart…hquake off the Grand Banks. 28 were killed , and hundreds left homeless. 25 drowned and 3 died of related shock. (MORE)
During the 2004 tsunami in Indonesia, there was approximately two hundred thousand to two hundred eighty thousand deaths. This has been rated as one of the worst earthquakes in history.
the lose in the largest tsunami in Alaska in 1958 (which was 524 meters or 1,720ft) killed 2,000 people lots of families and killed lots of people.
well, 2010 has only just started, so there would be quite a few, butit's very hard to tell.
Which Tsunami are you referring to? There are many that have resulted in loss of life.
According to a widget on poodwaddle.com, approximately 41,317,000 (forty-one million three hundred and seventeen thousand) people have died so far in 2010, with 2 more people dying every second. This answer was recorded on September 14th, 2010, so obviously the answer will change over time.
people died in a tsunami because they are hit and they can be sucked into the ocean.
The Lituya Bay megatsunami took place on July 9, 1958 and caused 5deaths. Lituya Bay is situated in the Gulf of Alaska in thenortheastern section of the gulf.
The tsunami that hit the Hilo Bay area of Hawaii in May of 1960killed 61 people. The same tsunami also killed 138 people in Japan.
42 People Died In The American Samoa Tsunami Most Of The People Who Died Were Babies....... How Sad .
The death toll was put at roughly 187,000, with nearly 43,000 missing and many hundreds of thousands injured and suffering trauma and the grief of losing family members, their homes and their livelihoods.
According to reports in the media 802 people have been killed in the earthquake to date (3rd of March 2010), however a Spanish language article linked to in Wikipedia states that this was an over estimation and official figures released on the 15th of May 2010 have revised this figure to a lower val…ue of 521 confirmed fatalities with 56 missing . Please see the related links and question for more information. (MORE)
In the earthquake that occurred on the 27th of February 2010, official figures released on the 15th of May 2010 state that there were 521 confirmed fatalities with 56 missing. In the earthquake that occurred on the 22nd of May 1960, estimates range from 2231, 3000, or 5700 fatalities with estimat…es from other sources as high as 6000 dead. Please see the related links. (MORE)
As of September 30, 2009, it was reported that the tsunami had caused 22 confirmed deaths, along with the injuries of at least 50 people.
About 2500 but many of these people were given homes in USA, Canada, Australia and Singapore
well over 9000, the power level of Iraq grows many a day, the US is sending in a squad called V.E.G.E.T.A soon to help.
In the earthquake that occurred on the 22nd of May 1960, estimates range from 2231, 3000, or 5700 fatalities with estimates from other sources as high as 6000 dead. Please see the related links.
Out of 216,978 population in Samoa 160 people died and 16 people are missing, 9 people in Tonga also died in the same tsunami.
The National Police Agency of Japan reported that as of Sept 11, 2011 a total of 15,839 have died, 5,950 were injured, and 3,642 are still missing . It is impossible to separate the death toll from the initial earthquake, aftershocks, and tsunami.
13 deaths from infected heroin in the past year. Heroin was being contaminated with anthrax. Anthrax-related heroin deaths are extremely rare, and in the past were unheard of in the UK. There has been only one known previous outbreak among heroin users, and that took place in Norway in 2000.
None. The figures quoted are generated by a GIGO computer model. If you built similar models to 'guestimate' the number of people 'dying from' obesity, alcohol abuse, traffic pollution, industrial pollution, workplace pollution, domestic pollution, drug abuse, climate change, food additives, stress…, etc. and added them altogether, mankind would have died out decades ago! (MORE)
No one died from alcohol in 2010. However, an unknown number died from the effects of abusing alcohol themselves or by others.
The death toll from the March 11, 2011 Sendai earthquakes and tsunami continued to climb weeks after the initial destruction due to the amount of damage. The National Police Agency of Japan reported in a September 2012 report with a total of 15,870 deaths , 6,114 injured , and 2,814 …people missing . The USGS reports 20,896 fatalities for this disaster. This surpasses the death toll for the 1995 Great Hanshin Earthquake. The largest number of deaths was in the Miyagi, Iwate, and Fukushima districts. Over 92% of reported deaths were due to drowning. (MORE)
alot unfortunately i don't quite know but I'm guess around 5,000 it was a very bad tsunami indeed the earthquake was around 8.5 the shortly after (a few days) there was another at round about 6.1 which wasn't too bad but the second one didn't start a tsunami fortunately!
So far there are reported at least 1000 deaths and another 1000+ missing, but I'm afraid the real numbers are much, much higher.
There is no way of knowing yet. With the aftershocks going on and rubble everywhere, no one can get an exact headcount as of right now. So far, from 15th March 2011, over 10,000 people are dead.
The death toll in Japan from the March 11th 2011 tsunami is at 8,133 souls, and 12,272 souls are still missing. The Japanese police estimates the death poll will exceed 18,000. Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_many_people_died_because_of_the_tsunami#ixzz1HEw6C5ZB
The National Police Agency of Japan reports that as of September11, 2011 a total of 15,861 deaths , 6,107 injured , and 3,018 peoplemissing and also 2 of the 3,018 people were one of the famous Japanese actors. The numbers, unfortunately, are still growing and timewill tell what the… final tally is. The missing people arepresumably dead. The threat from radiation and death due toinjuries can also increase the final count. (MORE)
The death toll in Japan from the March 11th 2011 tsunami is at 8,133 souls, and 12,272 souls are still missing. The Japanese police estimates the death poll will exceed 18,000.
Last count was nearly 9000, I think, and they expect more. Some 13,000 were still, reported missing so far. I am sure the numbers will adjust. They still have communications troubles and don't know all the damage that is in all parts of the country, and all reported miossing people can't have been t…old to officials, yet, and not properly counted up and totaled, yet. I'd say it could take a month before they have a pretty good handle on it. (MORE)
There were 56 tornado deaths in 2010. 45 of them in the U.S., 6 in Argentina, 3 in the Bahamas, 1 in Germany, and 1 in Bangladesh.
It usually depends on the population of people living near the coast since tsunamis occur in near the coastal area. Similarly, it depends on the area the earthquake strikes at.
Nobody was killed in Hawaii in the March 2011 Tsunami. However, it did kill one person in California and several thousand in Japan.
The National Police Agency of Japan reported that as of Sept 11, 2011 a total of 15,850 deaths , 6,011 injured , and 3, 287 people missing .
well bout 2500 ppl die every day so that x 365 = about 912500 ppl die every year from porverty.
Deaths because of an attack by moose are rare but they happen. Moose live in large parts of North America and in Northern Europe and injuries are common, largely because moose are numerous. Although they are not naturally aggressive, their size makes them dangerous. Figures for deaths worldwide aren…'t available and fortunately, any quoted numbers are very low. (MORE)
The major earthquake and tsunami from March 2011 in Japan caused so much damage and confusion (not to mention the many aftershocks) that it's impossible to separate how many people were killed in the earthquakes as opposed to the tsunami. Likewise, many died later from injuries suffered in this doub…le disaster. The National Police Agency of Japan reported that as of March 2013, there were 15,881 deaths, 6,142 injured, and 2,668 missing. Previously, as of September 2011 the reported counts were 15,854 deaths, 26,992 injured, and 3, 155 still missing . This surpasses the death toll for the 1995 Great Hanshin Earthquake. . Presumably the missing people at this point were washed out to sea. . (MORE)
There was not "Catrina tsunami" as tsunamis are not given names. You are most likely referring to Hurricane Katrina, which killed 1836 people in the U.S. in 2005.
It seems that scientists and doctors are still working out how much people lost their lives in the Japan Tsnami and Earthquake in 2012, on websites people are saying more than 500,000 but there isnt an exact number yet.
Thwere was no tsunami in Japan in 2004. There was a tsunami in theIndian Ocean in 2004, which killed at least 230,000 people, but itdid not affect Japan. Japan was hit by a tsunami in 2011, whichkilled about 16,000 people.
From http://earthquake-report.com/2011/08/04/japan-tsunami-following-up-the-aftermath-part-16-june/ " UPDATE 15/08/2011 - 23:00 UTC : NPA Situation Report (National Police Agency) as published on August 15 Deaths: 15698 - Missing: 4666 - Total : 20364 (down from 20,448)"
32 confirmed deaths, over 200 have been swept away. Of these figures will rise dramatically in the next few days. Also, a 4.5 earthquake has hit Hawaii as a result and tsunamis are expected to hit Hawaii, New Zealand, the Philippines, Indonesia, Papua New Guinea and more.
The National Police Agency of Japan reports that as of September 11, 2011 a total of 15,861 deaths , 6,107 injured , and 3,018 people missing . :/
The National Police Agency of Japan reported in a March 2013 report with a total of 15,882 deaths, 6,142 injured, and 2,668 people missing due to the March 2011 earthquake and tsunami in Japan. . Over 92% of reported deaths were due to drowning so p resumably many of the mi…ssing people at this point were washed out to sea. . (MORE)
No one knows how many people died in the first tsunami, in part because no one knows when the first tsunami happened that impacted people.
The worst tsunami on record was probably the Indian Ocean Tsunamiof December 26, 2004, which killed an estimated 230,000 people.