Looting After Lahaina Fire Reminds Us of Hurricane Iniki

Lahaina fire has similarity to other Hawaii natural disasters. Editor Jeff’s home on Kauai was looted during Hurricane Iniki for this.

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15 thoughts on “Looting After Lahaina Fire Reminds Us of Hurricane Iniki”

  1. Other than the typical folks who follow disasters for hand outs I don’t remember looting being a problem on Kauai after Iniki

    1. Hi Jeanne.

      I’m not sure where the idea of looting came into this. We were saying that people broke into homes in Poipu to get food for those who had none. It came from refrigerators and freezers where the food would have otherwise spoiled.


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