A boat fire that killed two people in Florida’s Gulf Coast has become a national flashpoint, with the U.S. Coast Guard saying that a similar incident in Florida last month cost taxpayers more than 2 million dollars.
The Coast Guard has said that the Florida incident, which occurred during the summer months, cost about $2.7 million.
The incident occurred near the town of Lake Worth, near Pensacola.
The Florida incident was also reported on July 4 in a separate incident in Pensacolas, Florida, which also resulted in the death of two people.
The state has not reported the exact cost of the Florida boat fire.
A spokesperson for the U,S.
Department of Commerce said the cost to the U of A and the State of Florida of the Pensacolos incident was about $1.8 million.
The Florida incident happened during the Summer months when it is often a hot, dry time for wildfires in the Gulf Coast area.
In fact, according to the Florida Department of Emergency Management, the summer of 2015 cost taxpayers nearly $10 million in damage.
Firefighters, rescue teams and private companies all work closely with each other during the fires, and it is common for them to be on standby at a fire station at all times.
The Coast Guard is investigating the Florida fire, which started at a fishing boat owned by a woman and her three young children, according the Coast Guard.
The boat was parked at a nearby dock and was found to have no fuel.
The fire is still under investigation.
On Wednesday, Florida Governor Rick Scott said that he had spoken with President Donald Trump and ordered the Coast Guards Florida and Georgia fire departments to investigate the Florida incidents.