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No sign of widespread lead exposure from Maui wildfires, Hawaii health officials say

  • Lead screening after west Maui wildfires found no widespread exposure to toxic metal, as stated by Hawaii health officials.
  • Blood samples from 557 residents post-wildfires revealed 27 positive screenings, with 15 false positives for elevated lead levels after subsequent testing.
  • State Health Director Dr. Kenneth Fink reassured community members that elevated lead levels were not detected in the aftermath of the devastating wildfires in Lahaina.
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