Maui County in Hawaii has released the names of 388 people still Missing after the deadliest US wildfire in over a century. The FBI compiled the list of names and officials have asked anyone who knows a person on the list to contact authorities. The confirmed death toll currently stands at 115, but officials expect that number to rise. An additional 1,732 people who had been reported missing have been found safe. The county expressed concern that by releasing the list of missing persons, they would also be identifying some people who have died.
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