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    Police share bodycam footage of rescues during Lahaina inferno

    Chief John Pelletier said his department faced a deadline to release 20 hours of body camera footage in response to an open records request and wanted to provide some context for what people would see before the video came out.

    Earlier this month, Maui County provided the AP with 911 call recordings in response to an open records request.

    Maui residents returning home should be aware of silent killer

    As Maui residents return home, two months since the deadly fires, experts at The Mesothelioma Center share a silent killer, they should be on the lookout for.

    The 16 minutes of video released at the news conference in Wailuku showed officers evacuating a Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf shop at a supermarket on Front Street, a neighborhood that largely burned in the blaze. Officers ushered out 15 people from the coffee shop as smoke swirled in the sky around them, loaded the group into police SUVs and took them to the Lahaina Civic Center.

    In another clip, an officer finds a badly burned man at a shopping center and put him in the back seat of his patrol car. “I’ll just take you straight to the hospital. That sound good?” the officer can be heard asking the man, who responds: “Yeah.”

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