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Wildfires on the island of Maui are being flamed by winds from Hurricane Dora, even though it is about 800 miles away. One source said everything in Lahaina was burning: homes, restaurants, favorite hangouts, and more. The Coast Guard is rescuing people from Maui, who are running into the ocean to get away from the flames. Let us all pray for Maui.


Photo Credit: Maui News

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H50 1.0 FOREVER
H50 1.0 FOREVER
11 de ago. de 2023

Here is a video from news channel Maui Now that shows the devastation and the Maui County Fire Department spraying water in an effort to cool smoldering ruins. (1) Lahaina Wildfire Aftermath - Aug. 8, 2023 - Maui, Hawaii - YouTube

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Steve's Girl
Steve's Girl
11 de ago. de 2023
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Mahalo for providing this video, H50.

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Steve's Girl
Steve's Girl
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honu59
honu59
10 de ago. de 2023

I saw this photo this morning. So very sad and my heart breaks for the people there. I've never been to Maui, but I've certainly heard of how beautiful it is. Praying for all there.

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Lahaina, so beautiful, visited several times. I am really heartbroken and angry too.

We are praying for everybody in this part of Hawaii, especially the Island of Maui.

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I stayed together with my late husband in 2003 at the Lahaina Shores Hotel.

Visited before in 1999 and 2001.

We loved Kapalua too, the Golf Resort.

I hope, Lahaina will come back and rebuilt? Is there any organization, taking funds after the destruction of Lahaina town? I would like to help, but don't know, who is trustworthy? Has anybody an idea?

Than please write me back, thank you.

Prayers.


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