Insurers say a hailstorm last month carried a hefty price tag.
Rocky Mountain Insurance Information Association spokeswoman Carole Walker said Monday the Sept. 29 storm pounded thousands of vehicles and roofs, causing an estimated $213 million in insured losses.
The damage includes more than 43,000 auto and homeowners insurance claims filed so far.
Walker says it was the state’s 8th most expensive hailstorm.
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