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FEATURING KANIELA ING - Nearly a hundred people have so far been documented to have died in the devastating wildfires that swept the Hawaiian island of Maui, making it one of the deadliest such disasters in U.S. history. Federal agencies are pledging assistance even as survivors are desperately looking for loved ones or struggling to find lodging and other necessities. The historic town of Lahaina in particular, has been completely destroyed, the fires consuming precious artifacts alongside lives.

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