Rebecca Rans, 57, died after trying to flee a wildfire during the inferno that ripped through the towns of Lahaina and Kula last month. She died alongside her long-term partner Doug Gloege.
Ms Rans and Mr Gloege are amongst at least 115 people killed in the inferno, making it one of the US’ deadliest fires in more than a century. While the county released an official list, naming 388 people to be missing last month, many speculate that the number is even higher. Yahoo
There will be many more lawsuits.
🚨 The Government is Continuing to SHAMELESSLY MISLEAD the People of Maui About the Number of Missing People— Nick Sortor (@nicksortor) September 5, 2023
Want to know how many people are still missing after the Lahaina fires? Well, good luck.
— HAWAII GOV. JOSH GREEN MISLEADS… AGAIN:
Just a few days ago, Green said… pic.twitter.com/IFbcup8CDa
Smart City Land Grab?
The Victims Of The Lahaina, Maui, Hawaii Fires ARE CALLING OUT THE GOVERNMENT On The Land Grab!!— Wall Street Apes (@WallStreetApes) September 2, 2023
“Each one of these agencies have signed on as stakeholders for the redevelopment of a smart city in Maui”
“I'm not saying that I'm not going to be able to do that. I'm just saying… pic.twitter.com/alUyAl5jfL
This Local describes how the elites manipulating the system
Paele Kiakona is refused entrance into the Ritz for a meeting on the rebuild of Maui. Only political donors and property developers were allowed…— Pelham (@Resist_05) September 6, 2023
Locals are furious they ran out of water to fight the fires whilst these hotels and golf courses started watering greens 2 days… pic.twitter.com/KWqlZsXOAl
It’s a good question
Why would the Hawaii governor sign an emergency declaration weeks prior to the Maui fires while at the same time the installed Biden regime sent an emergency manager to Hawaii also prior to the Maui fires? Someone outside of the government needs to investigate this. #MauiCoverUp pic.twitter.com/nr5lH7xyVw— The Researcher (@listen_2learn) September 6, 2023
Is this guy right? Real or a conspiracist?
The cause of the fire hasn’t been determined, but it’s possible powerlines from downed utility poles ignited the blaze. Maui County has sued Hawaiian Electric, the electrical utility for the island.
The utility acknowledged its power lines started a wildfire early on Aug. 8 but faulted county firefighters for declaring the blaze contained and leaving the scene, only to have a second wildfire break out nearby. The number of missing keeps changing as more people are found alive – or are identified by DNA remains. The governor claims there are 385 people – not all children unaccounted for.
Maui Fires: Recapping The Facts. Still 2000 kids missing. 🚨🚨🚨🚨 pic.twitter.com/Nhfp0OTXFs— Dr. Anastasia Maria Loupis (@DrLoupis) September 6, 2023