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Something very similar happened in 1992 when Hurricane Iniki hit the island of Kauaʻi in Hawaii. Aloha Airlines (now defunct) and a host of agencies, both private and government, flew into the island with relief supplies. My sister was living in Maui at the time, and her hotel (the Kaanapali Beach Hotel) sent Christmas gifts, turkeys, and hams to the residents. Aloha flew her and some other KBH employees, along with their gifts, to the island. She said she never forgot the look on the children’s faces when they saw all of the stuff they had brought.
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