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TAMPA, Fla. — Tampa nonprofit Project DYNAMO said they were among the first to respond to help rescue Americans from the fires on Maui, but they claim more lives could have been saved if government aid had responded faster.
The local government first drew criticism for the lack of evacuation prior to the fires spreading on Aug. 8, killing more than a hundred people, with about 850 others still missing as of Monday, Aug. 21.
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