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    disaster could be categorized in to two levels include: at the domestic level

    How is the grammar of the following sentence:
    Disaster could be categorized in to two levels include: at the domestic level , which lead to great illness, death, a fundamental economic or social misery and at the public levels which could be flood a fire a collapse of buildings in a earthquake , a destruction of livelihood or an epidemic. when disaster happen at district it could affected along number of people.
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    Re: disaster could be categorized in to two levels include: at the domestic level

    Perhaps:

    A disaster can be classified either of two ways: either as personal or societal depending on the number of people involved. For example, a car accident that affects only the people involved in the accident could be viewed as personal. However, the impact of a tsunami or earthquake or hurricane would be societal.

    Does that help?

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