As was immediately speculated in the wake of Monday’s tornado, which left a 20-mile stretch south of Oklahoma City, Okla., in ruins, the damage costs will likely place it among the most costly in U.S. history.

Kelly Collins, spokeswoman for the Oklahoma Insurance Department said damages likely would exceed $2 billion, with more than 4,000 insurance claims filed already.

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