An word organisation pronounced Wednesday a snowstorm that strike a San Antonio area final week cost scarcely $1.4 billion in damages, a costliest in state history.
The Insurance Council of Texas pronounced grapefruit-sized hailstones caused about $560 million in estimated insured waste to engine vehicles, while repairs to homes and businesses was approaching to strech $800 million.
Robert Crosby, executive executive of Independent Insurance Agents of San Antonio, pronounced uninsured waste were also approaching to high. The $1.36 billion repairs guess beats a $1.1 billion in repairs caused by a snowstorm that strike Fort Worth on May 5, 1995.
The charge rained ice chunks that were as many as 4 ½ inches in hole for adult to 10 mins in some areas, a Houston Chronicle reported.
The journal pronounced a many costly continue associated eventuality in state story was caused by Hurriance Ike in 2008. The charge constructed $13.04 billion in damages.
No injuries were reported in charge that pummeled northern San Antonio and northwestern Bexar County a night of Apr 12.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.