The death toll from wildfires on the Hawaiian island of Maui has risen to 67, but Hawaii Governor Josh Green has warned that there will be more.
The fire on the island destroyed thousands of buildings.
The former capital of Lahaina burned to the ground. The fire around the city was contained by 85%, and on the island in general – only by 50%.
Investigators are currently trying to establish the cause.
Forest fires on the Hawaiian island of Maui began on August 10.
The fire quickly engulfed most of the island and spread to the historic town of Lahaina.
According to the governor, it will take years to restore it.
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