DENVER (CBS4) – A federal fire agency based in Boise, Idaho reported that four wildfires in Colorado have so far cost up to $77 million to fight: the Pine Gulch Fire, the Grizzly Creek Fire, the Cameron Peak Fire and the Williams Fork Fire.

Williams Fork Fire

The Williams Fork Fire (credit: Kari Greer/U.S. Forest Service)

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The National Interagency Fire Center announced that more than 206,000 acres have burned as of Monday and are still burning.

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An incident management situation report released by the agency on Monday shows that the Pine Gulch Fire near Grand Junction has cost $28 million, the Grizzly Creek Fire near Glenwood Springs has cost $25.5 million, the Cameron Peak Fire in western Larimer County has cost $16.1 million and the Williams Fork Fire in Grand County has cost $7.5 million.

The cost includes aircraft, equipment and emergency personnel, but not the restoration work.

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