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Recent wildfires in Texas are expected to cause nearly $250 million in insured losses, and losses as of now have already surpassed total-insured wildfire losses in the state from any prior year, according to the Insurance Council of Texas (ICT).

The Texas Forest Service, in its latest update Sept. 22, says it responded to 10 new fires on Sept. 21 for 3,264 acres, including new large fires in Foard, Hardeman, and Cottle counties. In the seven days prior, the Texas Forest Service says it has responded to 65 fires for 5,038 acres.

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