Factbox: Cost estimates of Storm Irene on states
(Reuters) - Catastrophe modeling company Eqecat, whose software is used by insurers to predict exposure to disasters, estimated the economic losses in the United States from Hurricane Irene at more than $10 billion.
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Irene was the 10th weather-related disaster resulting in $1 billion or more in damage so far this year, the highest annual number of big disasters in 31 years, according to the National Climatic Data Center.
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The following are the preliminary estimates of costs and economic damage left in the wake of Irene on a state-by-state basis of affected areas.
No estimates available.
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