Survivors say they had little to no warning about deadly Maui wildfires – CBS News
Many survivors of the deadly wildfires on Hawaii’s Maui island say they had little to no warning as the flames raced toward their homes and businesses. Records show no warning sirens went off, but officials did send alerts to cell phones and television and radio stations. CBS News correspondent Jonathan Vigliotti reports from Maui.
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