Hawaii Wildfires: People with missing family give DNA samples to identify victims

Dozens have been confirmed dead after wildfires in Hawaii. Authorities are urging people with missing family members to give DNA samples to help authorities identify victims.

The death toll makes the disaster the deadliest wildfire the US has seen in the past century.

Sky’s US correspondent Martha Kelner has spoken with survivors of wildfires with one Lahaina resident telling her seeing his friend dead on the ground ‘like a piece of charcoal.’

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