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Maui firefighters will get temporary homes, courtesy of a Denver nonprofit

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Courtesy of Woody Faircloth
Woody Faircloth’s nonnprofit, EmergencyRv.org, is shipping five RVs to Maui. Faircloth and his daughter, Luna, towed one of the trailers to San Diego this weekend. They had three flat tires on the way.

The Colorado nonprofit EmergencyRV.org is shipping five RVs to Maui this week. They'll house some of the 18 firefighters who lost their homes to the blazes that recently devastated the island. Woody Faircloth of Denver founded EmergencyRV.org after the 2018 fire in Paradise, California. He and his daughter drove to San Diego over the weekend to deliver one of the trailers.