The teams of workers wrapped in white plastic suits stand out against a charred landscape as they pick through the toxic ash and debris that remain after Hawaii’s worst wildfire ripped through the historic town of Lahaina. When it was over, more than 1,700 buildings had been ruined – walls collapsed, pipes twisted, insulation materials broken and scattered across the breezy coastline in northwest Maui – creating a toxic mess that will haunt the Pacific island for months to come.Travis Hartman, et al.
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