Georgia Storm Damage Estimated At $32 Million

Wednesday, April 6th, 2011 Auto Catastrophe Liability Property

Georgia Insurance Commissioner Ralph Hudgens told Channel 2 consumer investigator Jim Strickland he estimated damage from overnight thunderstorms to total $32 million statewide. Hudgens and his team toured damaged areas in Clayton County on Tuesday afternoon with Strickland. At least six storm-related deaths were reported following thunderstorms and high winds that knocked down trees and power lines across the state.

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