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At Least $72M in Insured Losses from Ohio Summer Storms

Severe summer thunderstorms in Ohio will cause between $71.5 million and $84.8 million in insured losses, according to industry estimates.

The thunderstorms began on July 9 and spawned flooding and three tornadoes, which exacerbated damage to trees and power lines caused by excessive rain during the previous two weeks.

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