The total is in and it is huge.
Back on March 11, 2017, Eastern Newfoundland was pounded by
hurricane force winds that caused damage unseen by many residents.
People lost roofs, traffic light were turned into flying
projectiles, and police were warning people to stay inside.
Insurance companies says damage claims that was taken care
of by insurance add up to $45 million.
Amanda Dean, Atlantic vice president of the Insurance Bureau
of Canada, says that this event is defined as a catastrophic event.
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