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In total, the hurricane killed at least 4,078 people and caused around $100 million ($1 billion 2008 US dollars) in damages over the course of its path. (Wikipedia) For the s…ource and more detailed information concerning your request, click on the related links section (Wikipedia) indicated directly below this answer section.
374 people died
Hurricane Hugo was responsible for the death of 82 people.
Scientists and meteorologists have no clear cut cumulative number of deaths that have occurred over the history of man on Earth. Taking the fact that the costliest tropical cy…clone, Bhola 1970, killed as many as 500,000 people, we can probably say that hurricanes have killed, in the span of hundreds of thousands of years, over at least 100 million people.
Lots and Lots of people have died or been hurt by hurricanes. Thye take away peoples homes and destory the enviornment.
562 people died in that earthquake.
lots of people
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 t…hat this was an over estimation and official figures released on the 15th of May 2010 have revised this figure to a lower value of 521 confirmed fatalities with 56 missing. Please see the related links and question for more information.
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 estimates from other sources as high as 6000 dead. Please see the related links.
we don't know because people are still efected by it. last i heard it was 5000 people.
The worst U.S. hurricane in terms of death toll struck Galveston, Texas on September 8, 1900. The death toll was at least 6,000 and may have been as high as 12,000.
CNN in "Hurricane Alex kills at least 1 in Mexico" (By the CNN Wire Staff, posted July 1, 2010 9:38 a.m. EDT), reported only one death from Hurricane Alex, "A contractor i…n Monterrey died when a wall fell on him as a result of the rain,..." From the same source, "Alex made landfall along the northeast Mexican coastline late Wednesday as a Category 2 storm with maximum sustained winds of about 100 mph, the National Hurricane Center reported. Forecasters downgraded the storm to a Category 1 hurricane early Thursday morning...."
About 37 people died. (According to reports on 2011-08-30 01:00 EDT)
Hurricane Nicole in 1998 did not result in any deaths Tropical Storm Nicole in 2010 (which never became a hurricane) killed 13.