Hurricane Karl insured losses estimated at less than $400M

Tuesday, September 21st, 2010 Auto Catastrophe Property

Hurricane Karl lashed Mexico's Gulf Coast over the weekend, causing at least 12 deaths and leaving insurers with losses estimated at less than $400 million. The storm produced flooding and landslides in Veracruz and other parts of the south-central region after making landfall Sept. 17.

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