09 May 2011 20:56
Losses include housing and commercial damages, others
Storm outbreak was second deadliest in U.S. history (Updates with comments from HUD secretary, dateline previously MIAMI)
By Verna Gates
BIRMINGHAM, Ala., May 9 (Reuters) - 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.
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