Tourist paradise in the state of Hawaii wiped off the face of the earth by the strongest and the deadliest wildfires in the history of the state. We are talking about the island of Maui. 114 dead and 850 missing have already been found in the ashes after the fire, and the search continues.
At the same time, we note that Maui was a popular tourist area, the fire destroyed local attractions, and many people were forced to flee from the fire, diving into the sea. Maui Mayor Richard Bissen said in a statement on social media that 27 bodies have been identified since the brutal fires. Another 850 people are still considered missing.
In turn, the governor of Hawaii said that it would take at least 10 days to determine the total number of dead – search teams find 10-20 bodies daily. He urged anyone who may have relatives on the island to contact Maui and the FBI to provide DNA samples.
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