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Over 3,000 homes could need to be replaced on Maui

  • VIDEO BY AP

    Aerial footage of Lahaina on Thursday showed street after street reduced to gray and black rubble. Though pockets of wispy smoke remained, no active flames were visible from the air.

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                                At top, people picked through the rubble along Honoapiilani Highway in Lahaina on Thursday.

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    At top, people picked through the rubble along Honoapiilani Highway in Lahaina on Thursday.

  • BOSCO JR BAE / ASSOCIATED PRESS
                                Flames engulfed a structure on Front Street in Lahaina during Tuesday’s deadly fires.

    BOSCO JR BAE / ASSOCIATED PRESS

    Flames engulfed a structure on Front Street in Lahaina during Tuesday’s deadly fires.

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                                Above, an aerial view of a structure destroyed by Tuesday’s fire.

    ASSOCIATED PRESS

    Above, an aerial view of a structure destroyed by Tuesday’s fire.

The swift and deadly blaze that burned down close to all of Lahaina overnight Tuesday into Wednesday displaced a community with a 2020 population of about 12,000 and may have destroyed around 3,000 or more homes. Read more

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