Toting Katrina's "Severe Distortions"
Hurricane Katrina could wind up being the most devastating storm to hit the U.S. Early forecasts of insured losses run as much as $26 billion, beating the $21 billion in insured losses from Hurricane Andrew, which hit Florida in 1992, according to news reports.
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