Today, we are going to give you an update on Mauo wildfires. This is a very devastating case of the current time. People are very curious to know about the live updates of this case. So we are here to give you every single update on this case. Sadly, the death toll hits 99 and the governor of Hawaii has predicted that it is going to rise by 10 to 20 each and every day. The efforts of recovery are underway in Maui as cadaver dogs. Right now searching buildings for the missing resident which are lost at the time of the Hawaii fires. The governor of Hawaii Josh Green has given a warning to the public that the death toll might increase by 10 to 20 people every single day. The risk is now more. Read this whole article to know every single detail.
Maui Wildfires Death Toll Hit 96
As per the officials, the risk has been increased now. Officials are currently searching to search for survivors and victims. The governor of Hawaii said they are ready for tragic stories now. Mr Green told CBS on 14th August 2023, Monday, they are going to find 10 to 20 people every day now till they finish and it is going to take approximately 10 days. It is really impossible to guess. According to the reports, the firefighters in Maui are working for many years and they are trying to contain the flare-ups as the local authorities work with some federal agencies so that they can help them identify the people who passed away in these devastating fires. Keep reading this article till the end.
Reports say, that total of 99 people have died till now and it is making wildfires the deadliest in US modern culture. A lot of victims are not identified till now because of the state of their bodies after the blaze. The chief of Maui police, John Pelletier claimed that the residents whose family members are missing have to submit their DNA so that it will help them to identify the victims. This condition has made many difficulties to search and recover the bodies. Scroll down to the next paragraph to know more about this case.
The cadaver dogs have searched for almost 3 percent of the search scene and they are continuing giving their efforts this week. The Hawaii wildfires have become the worst in modern US history. The Oprah Winfrey camera crew has turned away from the shelter to protect themselves. More information will be updated soon on PKB news.