113 million dollars to fix.
49 million dollars for the death and destruction costs.
Hate to break it to you, but the choice here is obvious. You compare values and go for the option with the highest value (or lower cost). Tasty food is worth more than life itself. Money is worth more than life itself (see people skimping on their own safety equipment to save money). Fun things like mountain climbing and skydiving are worth more than life itself.
When people overvalue life they start making decisions like strip-searching all passengers before allowing them on an airplane slightly reduce an already absurdly small risk of death. If you consider, for example, the number of lifetimes spent waiting in line and the number of lifetimes spent earning enough money to pay for the privilege, vs the number of lives saved...
If your argument is that you feel life is undervalued, please feel free to name the proper price, and provide evidence that it should be so. If you can prove it, we could probably adjust the official, government-approved value used in various legal calculations.