Property losses caused by storms and flooding along the east coast has declared another weather-related catastrophe by The Insurance Council of Australia.
It is the sixth catastrophe declared in five months after a summer of raging bushfires and storms.
Since February 5 storms have flooded southeast Queensland, NSW coastal regions and caused damage several hundred kilometres inland, and in the ACT.
By 7am on the morning of 11/02/20202, insurers had received 10,000 claims estimated to be worth $45 million, the ICA said.
Many of the hazards presented by storm damage and floodwaters do not present themselves until well after the immediate risks have reduced, and water levels have subsided.
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