Loss Figures for North Texas Storm Revised to $100M

April 27, 2007

Insured losses from the storm that spawned tornadoes and large hail over portions of the Dallas Fort Worth area on April 13, have been set at approximately $100 million, the Insurance Council of Texas reported.

Twenty thousand homes and nearly 30,000 automobiles were damaged by hail and high winds.

The original figure of $25 million was revised after initial reports quadrupled one week following the storm.

Mark Hanna, an ICT spokesman, said insurers currently are assessing the damage from a second round of storms that plowed through the state April 24.

Source: Insurance Council of Texas

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