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Archive for September 2022

KCC Projects Hurricane Ian Losses Will Top $60 Billion

Catastrophe modeler Karen Clark & Co. said Friday that Hurricane Ian will generate nearly $63 billion in losses to private insurers, which would make it the second-most expensive hurricane ever when compared to other estimates. “Hurricane Ian will be a … Source: Claims Journal

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NATO Believes Baltic Sea Gas Leaks Were Sabotage

COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) — NATO said Thursday it would retaliate for any attacks on the critical infrastructure of its 30 member countries as it suggested that damage to two gas pipelines off Denmark and would-be member Sweden in international waters … Source: Claims Journal

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Tropical Rains Flood Parts of Thailand, 5,000 Seek Shelter

BANGKOK (AP) — Water up to waist-high flooded some riverfront neighborhoods and other areas of Thailand on Thursday after a tropical depression dumped heavy rains and knocked down trees, causing at least one death. The heaviest rainfall, about 22 centimeters … Source: Claims Journal

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After Ian, Florida Hospitals Evacuate Hundreds of Patients

Hundreds of hospital patients were being evacuated from facilities across the Fort Myers region Thursday after damage from Hurricane Ian cut off water supplies. One area hospital began assessing the full damage from ferocious winds that tore away parts of … Source: Claims Journal

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OSHA Proposes Heavy Fines in Boston Demolition Worker Death

BOSTON (AP) — Federal workplace safety regulators have proposed fining a subcontractor nearly $1.2 million in connection with the death of a worker during the demolition of a downtown Boston parking garage. The worker was operating an 11,000-pound excavator in … Source: Claims Journal

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