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The Worst Natural Disaster in U.S. History: It wasn't last week, and it won't be this week either

Source: National Weather Service I was doing a quick search for information on the United State's worst ever natural disaster, and found almost immediately that today is the anniversary of that event. That might sound a bit strange, since the media is describing the devastation of Hurricane Harvey as the worst U.S. disaster ever, and the possibility that Hurricane Irma could surpass it in a few days.
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