This statement is misleading. On Monday, Feb.5, 2024, the Maui Police Department released a comprehensive 98-page preliminary after-action report regarding the 100 known victims of the Maui wildfires and the circumstances surrounding their deaths. In the report, the department included 911 calls, emergency communications, autopsy processes, identification modalities, and more details. This report was shared by major news publications including the New York Times and ABC News. On Feb. 13, new details surrounding the situation emerged, as the police discovered another victim by the name of Paul Kasprzycki, bringing the known death count to 101. This news was also reported by the New York Times. After the fires, Maui Police Chief John Pelletier implemented a Morgue Identification and Notification Task Force, which operates out of the Wailuku Forensic Facility. It is there that federal law enforcement officers attempted to narrow a list of more than 3,000 missing persons to the remaining three people who had been reported dead from fire-related injuries at a hospital in Oahu. These details are from News From The States, written by Cammy Clark. Clark is a news reporter and editor at Maui Now, Big Island Now and Kauaʻi Now. She has over 35 years of experience in the field and has contributed to the Miami Herald, the Washington Post, and other credible sites as well. Overall, the video shown is misleading and false. There is no evidence of there being over 3,500 victims of the fire even existing, let alone remaining in refrigeration in a forensic facility in Maui.