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Homeowner surveys Kalihi fire damage, mourns sister’s death

  • DAN NAKASO / DNAKASO@STARADVERTISER.COM

    Loreto Sacramento, right, and her former tenant Jason Tolentino tour her two-story home in Kalihi that burned July 5. Sacramento’s younger sister, Adela Bumanglag, 75, suffered second-degree burns to her face and torso and died at Straub Medical Center on July 11. A memorial serv­ice is scheduled for Aug. 16 at Valley of the Temples.

  • DAN NAKASO / DNAKASO@STARADVERTISER.COM

    The fire inside Adela Bumanglag’s bedroom left the scorched outline of a cross.

  • DAN NAKASO / DNAKASO@STARADVERTISER.COM

    Damage to the home was extensive.

Loreto Sacramento toured her charred home in Kalihi in disbelief on Wednesday, even as she made funeral arrangements for her younger sister who was injured in the fire and died July 11 at Straub Medical Center’s burn unit. Read more

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