9 Dec 2021

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Hello! Could you please answer my question?

I would like to know if "torrential rain disaster" and "sediment disaster" sound natural.
Google says both phrases are not used often in the U.S.

I would like to say "any kind of disaster caused by torrential rain, such as floods" by the phrase "torrential rain disaster," and "any kind of disaster involving earth and sand, such as debris flow and landslide" by "sediment disaster."

Thank you in advance!

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