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Hailstorms, Heat and Wildfires Made 2011 a Rough Year in Texas

 Wednesday, January 25, 2012

 Insurance Journal

With weather forecasters issuing severe weather alerts for Texas as a slow moving cold front rolls across the state, many Texans may be reminded of the natural forces in 2011 that destroyed lives and property in all corners of the Lone Star State. El Paso, Bastrop, Abilene and Robstown experienced catastrophic conditions last year as each city witnessed millions of dollars in damage from violent weather to wildfires, the Insurance Council of Texas reported.
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