There are already 106 people killed in the Maui fires

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According to Hawaii authorities, the number of fatalities could double. The president of the United States has assured that he will visit the island "as soon as possible."

At least 106 people have died from the fires on the Hawaiian island of Maui, a figure that could double, according to the archipelago authorities.

In an update posted on the county's website, Maui authorities have reported that around 32% of the affected area has been combed.

The fire has already become the deadliest in the United States in the last hundred years.

The president of the United States, Joe Biden, has assured this Tuesday that he will travel to Hawaii "as soon as possible". Biden has not spoken on the matter since last Thursday, which has sparked some criticism of his management, especially from members of the Republican Party, for which the president's assistants have stated that he has frequently exchanged calls with the Federal Management Agency of Emergencies (FEMA), with the delegation of the Congress of Hawaii and with its governor, Josh Green, who has publicly praised the management of the president.

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