10 states most at risk for major disasters

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Their geography, climate and size make some states far more disaster-prone than others. Figures current as of the end of May 2014 and going back more than 60 years show presidents have declared nearly 2,000 major disasters in the 50 states and the District of Columbia. But the top 10 states have been responsible for nearly a third of that total. See if you live in one of the riskiest states — and if you do, you may want to review your insurance policies.

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