'You're kind of raised to hate tourists': Maui fires fan tensions on Hawaiian island

“What I’m afraid of is that if people keep seeing ‘Maui’s closed’, and ‘don’t come to Maui’, what little business is left is going to be gone,” said Daniel Kalahiki, who owns a food truck in Wailuku. Sales have already dropped by 50% since the fire, he said. “And then the island is going to lose everything.”


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