Coast Guard, Partners Continue Mass Rescue Operations from Maui Fires
"Coast Guard Sector Honolulu watchstanders issued an Urgent Marine Information Broadcast Notice for a mass rescue".
US COAST GUARD - HONOLULU - The Coast Guard, federal, state, and local partners are responding to the Lahaina wildfires in Maui, HI.
The incident response includes the U.S. Coast Guard, Hawaii Emergency Management Agency, Maui Department of Fire and Public Safety, Maui Police Department, Department of Land and Natural Resources, National Guard, and the Department of Defense, who continue to support and closely monitor the rescue and evacuation efforts.
"On behalf of the U.S. Coast Guard, I wish to convey my sincere condolences to the communities who have been tragically affected by the fires in Maui,” said Capt. Aja L. Kirksey, Sector Commander of Coast Guard Sector Honolulu.
"Our collaboration with partner agencies and neighboring jurisdictions remains steadfast, as we unite our resources, knowledge, and equipment to ensure responder and public safety and amplify the impact of our response efforts.”
Contact the Maui Emergency Operations Center for emergency operations information at (808) 205-9328.
Actions Taken As A Result Of The Wildfires:
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