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Navy divers are searching for victims in Maui after deadly wildfire

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A team of Navy divers is assisting with the relief efforts in Maui as the island recovers from massive, deadly wildfires.

The three-person mobile diving salvage unit from U.S. Pacific Fleet, which arrived this week just 24 hours after the Maui Fire Department requested them, are searching for remains and conducting underwater surveying for salvage operations in Lahaina Harbor, according to Army Col. David Fielder, the Joint Task Force 5-0 deputy commander.

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