Insured losses from storms that slammed Georgia late Monday and early Tuesday will be an estimated $50 million.
Georgia Insurance and Safety Fire Commissioner Ralph Hudgens said that estimate does not include uninsured losses. The number is an increase from his original estimate of $32 million.
Hudgens’ office issued a statement reminding Georgians to take steps to be prepared for storms, such as making a list of all valuables and keeping that information in a safe place outside of the home.
At least nine people across the Southeast were killed by the storms, which spawned tornadoes and knocked out power in several states.
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