US News / Devastation wreaking havoc in America's Hawaii province, more than 65 people have died so far

Zoom News : Aug 12, 2023, 08:16 AM
US News: The fire in the forests of the American state of Hawaii is becoming fierce. So far 67 people have died due to the fire. The death toll is continuously increasing. The administration is constantly trying to extinguish the fire but its efforts are proving insufficient. Thousands of people have become homeless due to the fire. Apart from this, more than 1000 buildings of the city have been burnt to ashes.

Lahauna city completely ruined due to fire

According to the information, the city of Lahauna has been completely ruined due to the fire. Hawaii Governor Josh Green said that it will take years and billions of rupees to rebuild the city of Lahauna with a population of 1.6 million after the devastation. At the same time, US President Joe Biden has released funds to deal with this natural disaster. It is being told that so far more than 15 thousand people have been safely evacuated from the fire affected areas. Many tourists are also involved in this.

Let us tell you that this is the biggest natural disaster ever in America's Hawaii Territory. More than one thousand buildings have been burnt in this fire. At the same time, many people have become homeless in the state. America's largest and 150-year-old banyan tree was also burnt in this fire. Earlier in the year 1961, 61 people had died in a sea wave.