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Estimate of damage from tornado doesn't qualify for extra financial help

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By WRCB Staff

CHATTANOOGA, (WRCB) Hamilton County leaders estimate the total damage from the tornado in late October was between one and a half to two million dollars.
  That doesn't meet Tennessee's qualifications to declare a disaster, which would have made victims eligible for state or federal financial help.

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