Maui's Displaced Grow Anxious as Wildfire Recovery Lags
The inferno killed at least 106 people
A week after wildfire ravaged the resort town of Lahaina, traumatized Maui residents have grown weary from living off relief supplies while many are kept from inspecting their homes and still left awaiting news about their missing loved one.
The inferno killed at least 106 people after racing from grasslands outside town into Lahaina last Tuesday.
The magnitude of the fire, which charred a 5-square-mile (13-square-km) area of town in hours, combined with the logistical challenges of recovery have taken a toll on many of Lahaina's 13,000 year-round residents, who are also facing the prospect of precious tourist dollars evaporating.
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