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Hurricane Season Economic Impact- Oct. 2004

| 10/1/2004
Economic Impact (estimates)

Charley Frances
Insured Losses $6.8 billion $4.4 billion
Uninsured Losses $9.9 billion $6.1 billion
Total $16.7 billion $10.5 billion

Hardest-Hit Counties (estimates)

Charley
Frances
County

Est. Damage

Lee $3.5 billion
Charlotte $2.0 billion
Orange $2.0 billion
Polk $800 million
De Soto $500 million
Hardee $300 million
Volusia $100 million

County

Est. Damage
St. Lucie $1.0 billion
Indian River $1.0 billion
Martin $700 million
Brevard $300 million
Volusia $300 million

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