For the first time since deadly wildfires raged across Maui some residents of Lahaina will be allowed to return to their homes to see what’s left after Hawaii experienced the deadliest U.S. wildfire in more than 100 years. Most areas of Lahaina remain off-limits to residents who have been anxiously awaiting to return to see if their homes are still standing or if they could recover belongings that survived the inferno. Since the fire, the community has been broken down into zones. As areas are opened for access, visitation or re-entry, Maui County officials will use the zones to communicate to residents the current status of each one
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