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09/19/2011

Texas' wildfire losses now expected close to $200 million, Texas A&M says

New info in on Texas' wildifre losses this year. The Texas AgriLife Extension Service earlier today said ag losses had topped $150 million.

A few minutes ago, the service updated that figure to nearly $200 million, based on updated info on estimated timber losses.

Timber losses are now estimated at $97 million, up from the $48.1 million the service estimated earlier today, said Andy Vestal, of the service.

- Scott Nishimura

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