The deadly wildfires that ravaged Maui last week have left the island in a state of chaos. Residents are struggling to cope with the loss of their homes and loved ones, and some are even resorting to looting and land grabbing.

One local businessman, Bryan Sizemore, said he has been chased off his property several times by looters who are desperate for gas and other scarce items. He also said that he has received calls from real estate investors who are trying to buy up what remains of his business.

Sizemore is not alone in his frustration. Many Maui residents feel as if they have been left to fend for themselves in the wake of the disaster. They are angry and scared, and they are not sure what the future holds.

The situation is made even worse by the fact that it takes time for supplies to reach Maui. More than 90% of all goods consumed on the island are imported from other states or internationally, which means that it can take weeks for aid to arrive.

In the meantime, residents are struggling to get by. They are sleeping in their cars, going without food and water, and trying to cope with the emotional trauma of losing everything they have.

The looting and land grabbing are just two more signs of the desperation that is gripping Maui. The island is in a state of emergency, and it will take time for it to recover. But in the meantime, the residents of Maui need our help.

Here are some ways you can help:

  • Donate to the American Red Cross or another relief organization.
  • Volunteer your time to help with the recovery effort.
  • Spread the word about the disaster and encourage others to donate or volunteer.
  • Send positive messages of support to the people of Maui.

Every little bit helps. Let’s show the people of Maui that we are here for them during this difficult time.

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