Flood victims take first step to recovery - Hawaii News

Former Philadelphia resident Reun Vorn moved his family to Hawaii this year to start a farm in Waialua, growing pumpkins, long beans, eggplants, bittermelons and other vegetables he sold at local markets. Full Story
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Kilauea, HI

#1 Dec 29, 2008
The state should be helping these victims of the flood. I heard there was no warning of immediate danger and no one to assist these people when the flooding occured. No emergency personal was there to help about two dozen people stranded on longbride. What a shame.

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