In Their Own Words: Boat captain saves children during Maui wildfires

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4 Comments

  1. This is totally normal for boats out in the ocean to explode into flames we all know that sometimes water is flammable please go back to sleep sheeples

  2. Wow this boat captain just magically knew to buy insurance on her boat four days before Lahaina was set on fire? Wow this boat captain must be psychic. I’ve seen this woman’s story on other channels and I find her story strange everytime I hear it. She talked about magically finding two children floating in life vests all by themselves out in the ocean but somehow never exactly manages to talk about what happened to the parents or for that matter, who exactly are these kids parents? There’s nothing to worry about the kids because she handed them over to the Coast Guard. That’s not weird or anything cuz you know boat captains find children in the ocean all the time and just hand them to the Coast Guard. Sure that s*** is perfectly normal. Nothing to see here folks go back to sleep.

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