Death toll from fire in Hawaii rises to 115 | News
Authorities on the island of Maui in Hawaii, United States declared this Wednesday that there are 115 people killed by forest fires.
Increases to 114 the number of deaths by fire in Hawaii, USA.
Maui County reported that search work has not yet begun in structures of more than one story and rescue teams will begin their work in multi-story residences and commercial buildings.
On the other hand, the authorities issued alerts, before the consumption of non-potable water. This was reported in the case of Lahaina and Alta Kula, asking residents to consume only bottled or potable water.
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Search efforts are still ongoing for the 850 people who are still missing, although initial reports were 2,000 at the start of the disaster, according to information provided by Maui Mayor Richard Bissen.
These wildfires have been the largest natural disaster in the history of the Hawaiian archipelago.
Criticism of the management of the president of the United States, Joe Biden, has been present from social networks. For his part, politician Robert F. Kennedy Jr. said that “President Biden has just offered a payment of $700 per household to the residents of Maui. He also asks for 25 billion dollars for Ukraine. Let's do some math."
For her part, the journalist Helena Villar pointed out that “Joe Biden briefly paused the longest summer vacation of a US president to date to go through Hawaii. Summary of visit: 1. Maui residents: 'Here it comes after 13 days,'” he said.
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