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Kahului fire appear to involve fireworks

At 10:52 AM fire fighters responded to Maui Lani Parkway for a report of a brush fire. Engine companies from Kahului, Wailuku, Makawao, and Air-1 arrived to an area, just East of the restaurant, with approximately 3 acres of dry brush involved in fire. The fire was called under control at 12:20pm. No structures were threatened and no damages were reported. The cause of the fire was determined to be fireworks related. Evidence of fireworks were found on scene during the investigation.

While working the Maui Lani brush fire, fire fighters were alerted to another brush fire that started at Mahaolu street and Hoomoku Street. Fire crews responded and arrived to find an area about 1/2 acre in size involved in fire. This fire was called under control at 12:20pm and called extinguished at 12:52pm. No damages or injuries were reported. The cause of the fire is undetermined and is still under investigation.

Photo Courtesy: Jeffery Mattos
Photo Courtesy: Jeffery Mattos

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