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- There are still 66 people unaccounted for a month after a fire destroyed the town of Lahaina in Maui. The official death toll remains at 115, with only 60 victims identified so far.
- Families of the victims face difficulties in dealing with their affairs, including property and insurance issues. Obtaining death certificates could take months, and the release of remains is on hold until the burn area is cleared.
- The cleanup of toxic debris will take about a year and cost $1 billion. The state is asking property owners to consider long-term rentals for the displaced, while FEMA provides housing assistance. The future of Lahaina and its rebuilding remains uncertain.