Some Facts about Lahaina Wildfire

By Aapli Service Team 

 Lahaina is a historic town on Maui with beautiful beaches, historic buildings, and vibrant culture. It was founded in the 1700s and served as the capital of Hawaii from 1820 to 1845.

The Lahaina wildfires were caused by strong winds from Hurricane Dora, which had recently made landfall on Maui.


The fires burned for several days, destroying over 271 structures, including homes, businesses, and historic landmarks.


At least six people were killed in the fires, and dozens more were injured.


The fires caused widespread damage to the town of Lahaina, which is a popular tourist destination.


The fires are a reminder of the dangers of wildfires in Hawaii, which are becoming more common due to climate change.