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Hawaiian officials are prepared for a rise in the death toll from the deadliest U.S. wildfire in more than a century.

At least 99 people were confirmed to have died as of Monday, and recovery crews with cadaver dogs continue to work their way through hundreds of homes and burned-out vehicles in Lahaina, the historic coastal town on the island of Maui

These before and after pictures show the extent of the devastation in Lahaina

Lahaina Banyan Court and the banyan tree, which is over 150 years old, with branches more than 100 feet long.

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The historic banyan tree is pictured in the aftermath of the wildfire in Lahaina, August 11, 2023.


A small church in Lahaina called Maria Lanakila.

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Burned houses adjacent to Maria Lanakila Catholic Church, in the aftermath of a wildfire in Lahaina, western Maui, on August 11, 2023. 

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An aerial view of the town of Lahaina and the boat marina.

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An aerial view of a boat, destroyed by a wildfire, sitting in the water on August 11, 2023, in Lahaina.

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Another aerial view of the town of Lahaina before the fires.

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An aerial image taken on August 10, 2023 shows destroyed homes and buildings burned to the ground in Lahaina.

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The harbor of Lahaina.

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Watercraft bear the scars of the wildfire near downtown Lahaina on August 11, 2023.

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