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These are the costliest hurricanes in recent US history

With Hurricane Matthew barreling up the Florida coast, the number one concern is the safety of people in the storm's path. However, as with any hurricane, the storm is expected to incur significant property and economic damage to the impacted parts of the country. While it is too early to truly nail down a number, the cost of Matthew will probably be high given its intensity and path.
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