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Hawaii lawmakers push electric utilities to reduce wildfire risks

GEORGE F. LEE / OCT. 19
                                Hawaiian Electric Co. crews disposed of charred utility poles and erected new ones on Nahale Place in Lahaina in the aftermath of the Aug. 8 wildfire.
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GEORGE F. LEE / OCT. 19

Hawaiian Electric Co. crews disposed of charred utility poles and erected new ones on Nahale Place in Lahaina in the aftermath of the Aug. 8 wildfire.

CINDY ELLEN RUSSELL / AUG. 24
                                A fallen electrical pole lies along Honoapiilani Highway near Kapunakea Street in Lahaina following the deadly Aug. 8 wildfire.
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CINDY ELLEN RUSSELL / AUG. 24

A fallen electrical pole lies along Honoapiilani Highway near Kapunakea Street in Lahaina following the deadly Aug. 8 wildfire.

GEORGE F. LEE / OCT. 19
                                Hawaiian Electric Co. crews disposed of charred utility poles and erected new ones on Nahale Place in Lahaina in the aftermath of the Aug. 8 wildfire.
CINDY ELLEN RUSSELL / AUG. 24
                                A fallen electrical pole lies along Honoapiilani Highway near Kapunakea Street in Lahaina following the deadly Aug. 8 wildfire.