Hawaii floods trigger state of emergency

HAWAII - Hawaii floods have triggered a state of emergency and evacuations as homes in Oahu and Maui have been destroyed and tourists advised to "stay inside." Hawaii's Governor David Ige declared a state of emergency on Tuesday following heavy rains across the Aloha State. The intense rainfall caused flooding, landslides, and fear of dam failure. A news release from the governor's office revealed at least two counties have been evacuated. The advisory read: "In Maui County, heavy rains completely washed out the Peahi Bridge on Peahi Road, and displaced the Kaupakalua Bridge on Kaupakalua Road, making the roads impassable. There is also damage to other roads and bridges on the Valley Isle." Maui Mayor Michael Victorino said: "When you see flood damage in the light of day, it’s a reminder of the sheer power of fast-moving water."

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Today we find the Church of God in a “wilderness of religious confusion!”

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