avalanche - a large amount of ice, snow, and rock falling quickly down the side of a mountain, drought - a long period when there is little or no rain, earthquake - a sudden violent movement of the earth's surface, sometimes causing great damage, epidemic - the appearance of a particular disease in a large number of people at the same time, flood - a large amount of water covering an area that is usually dry, forest fire - a fire burning in an area of land with many trees, that is difficult to control and sometimes spreads quickly, hurricane - a violent wind that has a circular movement, especially in the West Atlantic Ocean, landslide - a mass of rock and earth moving suddenly and quickly down a steep slope, tsunami - an extremely large wave caused by a violent movement of the earth under the sea, volcanic eruption - an occasion when a volcano explodes, and flames and rocks come out of it; (of a volcano) the act of doing this, casualties - people who are injured or killed in an accident or in a military action, aftershock - a small earthquake that happens after a big one, victims - people who have been affected by a bad situation, such as an accident or an illness, survivors - people who are still alive after an event that could have killed or destroyed them, injuries - physical damage done to a person or to a part of their body, collapsing - suddenly falling down, put out - to make something stop burning, tremors - movements in the Earth caused by an earthquake, ash - the grey powder that remains after something has burnt, molten lava - a rock in the form of the hot liquid, heading towards - moving in the direction of, spreading - affecting more people as it is passed from one place to another, refugees - people who leave their country or their homes, especially during the wars or other threatening event, torrential rain - a rain that falls fast and in large amounts, swept across - moved or spread quickly through an area, burst their banks - if a river bursts its banks, the water rises above its sides and spreads over the surrounding area, mud - very soft wet earth,

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