The Gazette reported a July 28th hailstorm in Colorado Springs was the sixth-most damaging event in Colorado history, triggering $352.8 million in claims for damage to homes and vehicles, an insurance industry trade group said August 22nd.
The storm let loose up to tennis ball-sized hail, which resulted in 84,500 auto and homeowner insurance claims filed so far. That includes 51,300 auto insurance claims adding up to more than $164.6 million and 33,200 property insurance claims at more than $188.2 million.
The monetary damage of the storm ranks behind three hailstorms, the Waldo Canyon and Black Forest fires.
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