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Aon Benfield: Losses From April Weather Outbreaks Could Top $4B

A total of 881 tornadoes have been documented in 2011, and at least 305 of them hit the U.S. between April 25 and 28, making it the largest outbreak in history, according to the NOAA.
A total of 881 tornadoes have been documented in 2011, and at least 305 of them hit the U.S. between April 25 and 28, making it the largest outbreak in history, according to the NOAA.

NU Online News Service, May 5, 12:10 p.m. EST

Aon Benfield says at least five severe weather-related events in the U.S. in April caused insured losses of more than $4 billion.

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