Reuters AlertNet 2011/05/09
Tornadoes and storms that struck the U.S. South last month caused insured property and automobile losses of between $3.7 billion and $5.5 billion, catastrophe modeling firm AIR Worldwide said on Monday.
According to National Weather Service Weather Forecast Office Storm Survey teams, there were 24+ killer tornadoes in six states--Arkansas, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee and Virginia--that caused an estimated 326 fatalities.
The Wednesday disaster swept through six southern states and has killed 342 people so far.
Reuters AlertNet 2011/04/28
Damage over several states, Alabama worst with 184 dead