- Associated Press - Monday, October 27, 2014

JACKSON, Miss. (AP) - Here’s a look by the numbers at the damage caused by the 23 tornadoes that touched down April 28 in Mississippi as well as the federal aid and insurance activity since:

FEDERAL AID (through Oct. 24)

Counties eligible for government or individual assistance: 13.

Cubic yards of debris removed: 740,000.

Individual assistance applications approved by FEMA: 946.

Amount approved for individual assistance by FEMA: $5.8 million.

Amount of individual assistance that went for housing: $4.2 million.

Amount of federal assistance to local governments: $63.2 million.

INSURANCE (through Aug. 31)

Total insurance claims: 11,184.

Estimated total insured losses: $207 million.

Estimated residential losses: $110 million.

DESTROYED AND DAMAGED STRUCTURES

Homes destroyed and damaged statewide: 480 destroyed, 1,575 damaged.

Mobile homes destroyed and damaged statewide: 102 destroyed, 245 damaged.

Businesses destroyed and damaged statewide: 50 destroyed, 68 damaged.

Agricultural buildings destroyed and damaged statewide: 57 destroyed, 73 damaged.

DESTROYED AND DAMAGED STUCTURES BY COUNTY

Hinds: 4 damaged

Grenada: 1 destroyed, 14 damaged

Itawamba: 24 destroyed, 183 damaged

Jones: 25 destroyed, 124 damaged

Lauderdale: 4 damaged

Leake: 12 destroyed, 17 damaged

Lee: 107 destroyed, 544 damaged

Lowndes: 33 destroyed, 163 damaged

Madison: 96 damaged

Montgomery: 4 destroyed, 10 damaged

Neshoba: 2 destroyed, 16 damaged

Newton: 6 destroyed, 16 damaged

Rankin: 59 destroyed, 236 damaged

Scott: 1 destroyed, 2 damaged

Simpson: 5 destroyed, 23 damaged

Warren: 16 damaged

Wayne: 21 destroyed, 186 damaged.

Winston: 391 destroyed, 307 damaged

SOURCES: Federal Emergency Management Agency, Mississippi Emergency Management Agency, Mississippi Department of Insurance.


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