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Insurance Analysts: Hail Storm Cost KY $175 Million

Reported by: Christine Winter
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Updated: 5/28/2012 7:22 pm
A hail storm last month caused $175 million in damages to Kentucky.

That's from an insurance analyst.

The hail on April 28th was baseball-sized, in places.

It damaged cars and homes, and caused some power outages.

And the State Department of Insurance says the $175 million only represents 'insured' losses.

It says 'uninsured' losses will cost millions more.

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