Dayton may not have beaches or mountain ranges, but the Gem City does have one thing going for itself - safety from natural disasters, and we are hoping even pestilence.
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Top Ohio wind-related catastrophes
- 2008 Hurricane Ike, $1.33 billion
- 1974 Xenia tornado, $1.06 billion
- June 28-July 2, 2012 wind storms, $845 million
- May 20-26, 2011 wind storm, $329 million
- Oct. 29-30, 2012 Superstorm Sandy, $292 million
Source: Ohio Insurance Institute