'They Didn't Inform Us': Nearly 100 killed In Hawaii Wildfire Amid Anger Against U.S. Authorities
The death toll due to devastating deadly wildfire in Hawaii has crossed 90. Officials fear that the death toll might go up as rescue operations are underway. Recovery crews with cadaver dogs continue the task of searching through burned-out homes. Survivors complained that there had been no warnings issued over the spreading fire and that none of the island's sirens had been activated. There is a widespread anger among displaced residents against the government's 'inaction'. Watch the video for more.