Ten of the most "unlucky" U.S. States

Ten of the most "unlucky" U.S. States Facts

Natural disasters occur around the world, and to predict the scale is nearly impossible. However, there are places in the world where floods, tornadoes, hurricanes, ice storms and other weather surprises occur most often. Compiling a list of such places were taken in the U.S.. In a Top Ten hit "unsafe" states worst affected by the disasters, and who have the highest percentage of material and human losses in the last 10 years.

1.Louisiana
Type of disaster (2002-2011): Two tropical storms, 7 hurricanes, and 20 other incidents related to the climate
Loss of insured property: $ 32.2 billion.
This image of Louisiana earned mainly through hurricane Katrina, who brought the most tangible economic loss in U.S. history. Most residents of the state were neither financially nor mentally prepared for such widespread destruction in August 2005.
2.Florida
Type of disaster (2002-2011): Three tropical storms, 8 hurricanes, and 12 other incidents related to the climate
Loss of insured property: $ 31.4 billion.
Like Louisiana, Florida in the late summer and early fall is home to dozens of hurricanes and tropical storms. In this state the number of hurricanes per 1 km2 is higher than in other parts of the United States. Center of Florida has long been called the American capital of lightning.
3. Texas
Type of disaster (2002-2011): One fire, one tropical storm, Hurricane 4, 7 snow storms and 53 other incidents related to the climate
Loss of insured property: $ 24.9 billion.
Strong rains and tornadoes come to Texas as his home and no one is surprised, like a rolling stone, is known sign of the state. In the eye of the hurricane most likely to be the southern towns such as Galveston and Houston. Echoes of Hurricane Ike, which came from the Gulf of Mexico in 2008, can be heard in Texas so far.
4.Mississippi
Type of disaster (2002-2011): One snowstorm, two tropical storms, 7 hurricanes, and 26 other incidents related to the climate 
Loss of insured property: $ 15 billion.
Residents of the state still shudder to remember Hurricane Katrina, which caused massive flooding. Especially those stories seem sad when homes and other property were not immune to this type of disaster.
5. Alabama
Type of disaster (2002-2011): Three tropical storms, 5 snow storms, six hurricanes and 26 other incidents related to the climate
Loss of insured property: $ 7.9 billion.
Severe consequences left tornado in April 2011. Most postradli Tuscaloosa and Birmingham. Also, the staff is constantly attacked by tropical storms in the Gulf of Mexico.
6. Tennessee
Type of disaster (2002-2011): 1 tropical storm, Hurricane 3, 5 snow storms and 32 other incidents related to the climate
Loss of insured property: $ 7 billion.
The staff was among the parts of the U.S., which "lucky" being struck by a series supertornado from 25 to 28 April 2011.
7. Missouri
Type of disaster (2002-2011): 1 hurricane, 9 snow storms and 46 other incidents related to the climate
Loss of insured property: $ 6.2 billion.
Tornado, which occurred May 22, 2011, killed 158 people, which is the most destructive disaster in the history of the state. Monetary losses estimated at $ 2.16 billion
8. Oklahoma
Type of disaster (2002-2011): 8 snow storms, 39 other incidents related to the climate
Loss of insured property: $ 6 billion.
Location of staff in the midst of Tornado Alley speaks for itself. Local residents have learned to cope with frequent natural disasters better than professional rescuers.
9. Ohio
Type of disaster (2002-2011): 1 destruction of buildings, 2 hurricane, 9 snow storms and 46 other incidents related to the climate
Loss of insured property: $ 5.2 billion.
In winter, the staff are regular snow storms, spring — this time a tornado in the central and southern part of the state. From 2002 to 2008, there was also more than 30 earthquakes, the destruction of which may not always cover the conventional insurance.
10. Illinois
Type of disaster (2002-2011): 1 hurricane, 8 snow storms, 61 incident involving climate
Loss of insured property: $ 4.9 billion.
Because the state is in the range Tornado Alley, the atmospheric phenomena, like hurricanes happen here quite often. Winter fearsome powerful winter storms, brought from the Great Lakes region.

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