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3-vehicle fire on Maui was intentionally set


    A fire that scorched three vehicles on Maui, today, was determined to have been intentionally set.

Firefighters extinguished a three-vehicle fire in Wailuku that was determined to be intentionally set, according to the Maui Department of Fire & Public Safety.

Firefighters responded to an area fronting 250 Waiehu Beach Road at about 4:05 a.m. today and found three vehicles on fire.

Police evacuated occupants of a nearby building as firefighters brought the fire under control and extinguished the blaze. The vehicles were about 10 feet from the building at the time.

Damage was estimated at $700 to the three vehicles.

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