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Southwest Georgia storm damages estimated to be $100M

The damage resulting from the storms that ripped through southwest Georgia during the weekend of Jan. 21 is estimated to be $100 million, NBC-affiliated WXIA-TV reported, citing state Insurance Commissioner Ralph Hudgens.

Hudgens said he expects the damage estimates to rise further noting a lot of storm victims do not have insurance, according to the report.

The insurance commissioner said Albany and Dougherty County suffered $40 million in damage from the storms.