West Maui Slowly Reopens To Residents And Tourism After Devastating Fire

LAHAINA, HAWAII - OCTOBER 08: Members of Lahaina United Methodist Church, which was destroyed in the wind-whipped wildfire on August 8th, gather following Sunday services at their temporary location at Lahuiokalani Ka’anapali Congregational Church on October 08, 2023 near Lahaina, Hawaii. The wildfire killed at least 98 people while displacing thousands more and destroying over 2,000 buildings in the historic town of Lahaina, most of which were homes. A phased reopening of tourist resort areas in west Maui begins today on the two-month anniversary of the deadliest wildfire in modern U.S. history. (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)
LAHAINA, HAWAII - OCTOBER 08: Members of Lahaina United Methodist Church, which was destroyed in the wind-whipped wildfire on August 8th, gather following Sunday services at their temporary location at Lahuiokalani Ka’anapali Congregational Church on October 08, 2023 near Lahaina, Hawaii. The wildfire killed at least 98 people while displacing thousands more and destroying over 2,000 buildings in the historic town of Lahaina, most of which were homes. A phased reopening of tourist resort areas in west Maui begins today on the two-month anniversary of the deadliest wildfire in modern U.S. history. (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)
West Maui Slowly Reopens To Residents And Tourism After Devastating Fire
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