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Billion-dollar natural disasters are on the rise

CBS News Saturday, 29 December 2018
Billion-dollar natural disasters are on the riseFloods, hurricanes and wildfires cost billions of dollars in 2018. Hurricane Florence tops the list of the year's most expensive weather events at $17B. CBS News contributing meteorologist Jeff Berardelli joins CBSN to discuss 2018's worst disasters.
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