Resignation of Maui’s Emergency Chief Amidst Critique of Hawaii Wildfire Response
Maui emergency management director resigns after defending not using warning sirens.
Hermann and Dyer has been criticized for his handling of the disaster and for defending the fact that Maori’s emergency sirens were not used to alert people about the oncoming danger of The Blaze.
Meanwhile, the search for victims continues at least 111 are now confirmed dead crews are searching for some 2000 burnt businesses and homes.
But the job is not yet even 50% complete for the exact cause of the wildfires is being investigated mounting evidence shows that downed power lines could have played a role.
Now being used to douse the Flames further down the hill,
These homes some distance from the destroyed coastal town of Lahaina are in the centre of the island,
Where last week just before the fires the cameras at this bird sanctuary captured a bright flash, staff believe it was a tree falling on a
Power line, shortly afterwards Flames can be seen in the forest.
For many of those who escaped from Lahaina alongside the trauma, there’s now a deep sense of anger.
The authorities have launched an investigation although the priority for now is responding to the disaster.