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September 10, 2004

EQECAT Says Ivan Landfall Would Be a '1 in 50 Year' Series of Storm Events

It may come as small comfort to Florida's storm-battered residents, but Thomas Larsen, senior vice president of EQECAT Inc., the Oakland Calif.-based catastrophe modeling specialist, announced that a Florida landfall by Hurricane Ivan, coupled with Hurricanes Charley and Frances, would create a confluence of events that statistically only has a 2 percent chance of occurring in any year in the United States

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Posted by Tom Troceen