“Maui Wildfires Devastate Lahaina, Release Names of Victims”

By | August 17, 2023



The identities of the first victims of the wildfires in Maui have been revealed, a week after the tragedy. The devastating fire quickly destroyed the town of Lahaina, and the search for victims has been slow and challenging. Sniffer dogs have been used to search the wreckage, and additional canine teams are expected to join the effort. Only 27% of the disaster site has been searched so far, and the death toll is expected to rise in the coming days. Federal mortuary teams are on-site, with further assistance from the US defense department on the way. Mosese Raqio reported

The identities of the individuals who lost their lives in the devastating Maui wildfires have finally been disclosed by authorities, a week after the tragic incident claimed the lives of at least 106 people on the Hawaiian island. The catastrophic blaze, which rapidly engulfed the historic town of Lahaina, has resulted in a painstaking and arduous search for victims. Teams, aided by a contingent of twenty highly trained sniffer dogs tasked with locating bodies, have been meticulously combing through the wreckage, a sprawling 5 square mile (13 square kilometer) area now strewn with mangled debris and twisted metal. An additional twenty dog teams are anticipated to join the search, as confirmed by Deanne Criswell, Administrator of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), on Wednesday. As of Tuesday evening, approximately 27% of the disaster site has been thoroughly examined. Governor Josh Green has expressed concerns that the death toll may escalate significantly, potentially even doubling within the next ten days. To aid in the recovery efforts, thirty experts from federal mortuary teams are already on the ground in Maui, and will soon be joined by further reinforcements from the United States defense department..

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