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After Maui wildfires kill 96, search for the missing continues

  • KAHULUI, Hawaii (Reuters) -The death toll from the Maui wildfires reached 96 on Sunday as relatives of the missing frantically searched for signs their loved ones may still be alive, while survivors grappled with the scale of the disaster and sought solace at church services. Days after the inferno destroyed much of the historic resort town of Lahaina on Tuesday and Wednesday, crews of firefighters were still battling flare-ups, and cadaver dogs were sifting through the town's charred ruins in search of victims. The death toll made the blaze Hawaii's worst natural disaster, surpassing a tsunami that killed 61 people in 1960, a year after Hawaii became a U.S. state.

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YearAssociationsCategoryWorkResult
2006Screen Actors Guild AwardsOutstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama SeriesLostWinner
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