The National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) says estimates for the number of vehicles damaged as a result of Sandy are now at a total of 250,000 damaged vehicles, up 20,000 since Dec. 10, 2012.

NICB points out that these insured loss figures may change as additional claims are received and processed. Moreover, they represent a range of damage—anywhere from minor paint scratches from flying debris to total losses.

This is the complete list of states generating Sandy-related vehicle damage claims:

New York - 150,000

New Jersey - 60,000

Connecticut - 8,000

Maryland - 5,500

Massachusetts - 5,000

Virginia - 4,500

Ohio - 4,000

Pennsylvania - 4,000

Delaware - 2,000

New Hampshire - 2,000

North Carolina - 1,500

District of Columbia - 1,000

Rhode Island - 1,000

West Virginia - 1,000

Maine - 500

Vermont - 500

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