Hurricane Isaias slammed the East Coast with strong winds, storm surge and flooding rains, causing widespread power outages and damages. Here, boats are piled on top of each other at a marina in Southport, North Carolina in the aftermath of the storm. (Photo: AP Photo/Gerry Broome)

Early insured loss estimates for Hurricane Isaias are in days after the storm rocked the East Coast, knocking out power for millions and creating significant property damage from the Carolinas to New York.

Isaias became the second hurricane of the season to make landfall in the U.S., touching down in Ocean Isle Beach, N.C., on August 3, after hitting the Caribbean. Isais previously made landfall in the Dominican Republic as a tropical storm before hitting the Bahamas as a hurricane.

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Danielle Ling

Danielle Ling is an experienced video journalist and business reporter. As associate editor, Danielle manages all multimedia and reports on industry news and risk-related coverage, managing all weather-related content. A University of Maryland and Philip Merrill College of Journalism alum, Danielle previously served as a video journalist for Verizon FiOS 1 News NJ, Push Pause. Connect with Danielle on LinkedIn or email her at [email protected].

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