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1 thought on “Time Disasters That Shook The World blog”

  1. It seems a couple of disasters were omitted. The World Trade Center terrorist attack certainly should have been in this publication. The Peshtigo fire in Wisconsin, which I believe occured the same night as the Chicago fire, also deserves mention, because the Peshtigo fire killed many more people.

    Also, why was the Scolfield, Utah coal mine disaster of 1900 not included in the list of the most deadly coal mine disasters list? 200 people were killed in that disaster, placing it ahead of over half the disasters on that list.

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