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Hawaii governor: Crews could find ’10 to 20 people a day’ until searches end

  • The death toll from the Maui wildfires in Hawaii has risen to 96, making it the deadliest US natural disaster in over 100 years. Recovery teams are expected to find 10 to 20 more victims per day and it may take up to 10 days to determine the full death toll.
  • The town of Lahaina has been almost entirely destroyed by the fire, with officials estimating that all residents, around 12,000 people, have either escaped or perished. Identification of victims has been challenging due to the extensive devastation.
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