The official death toll in Maui has now reached 80 people but hundreds are still missing as FEMA sends in cadaver-sniffing dogs

Posted on AllSides August 12th, 2023
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• The Maui wildfires have now killed 80 people, officials reported Saturday. • Maui officials said Thursday that more than 1,000 people are still missing. • FEMA officials have sent cadaver-sniffing dogs and the Urban Search and Rescue Team to aid in search efforts. At least 80 people are now confirmed dead in the aftermath of the devastating Maui wildfires, officials reported on Friday. And more than a thousand people are still missing. Federal officials are now sending in cadaver-sniffing dogs to help find them, CNN reported, a grim admission...

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