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Two Bulls Fire: The $5.4 million breakdown

By Katie Higgins
Published On: Aug 06 2014 09:03:35 AM CDT
Updated On: Jul 07 2014 11:36:05 PM CDT

NewsChannel 21's Katie Higgins found out just how much the Two Bulls fire cost.

BEND, Ore. -

The Two Bulls Fire cost almost $5.5 million to battle and tame.

NewsChannel 21 acquired a copy of the cost summary from the Oregon Department of Forestry, to see where all of that money went.

Here's a look at the summary:

Helicopters/Air tankers$1,503,496
Hand crews$1,960,301
Water Tenders$92,443
Other Equipment$62,596
Engines$486,913
Bulldozers$127,464
Direct Personnel$253,145
Indirect Personnel$473,314
Supplies

$15,875

Showers$4,350
Other Vehicles$10,853
Other Support$1,198
Other Equipment$1,735
Mob/Demob$356
Facilities$65,717
Caterer$304,346
Camp Crew$13,514
Other Water Tenders$22,805
Other Equipment$28,660
Lowboy Transport$17,910
Grand Total$5,446,992

This is not the final summary. ODF says they are still looking over a few things. Once it's all said and done officials say they expect the final cost to be closer to $6 million.

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