Fleetwood Mac co-founder Mick Fleetwood said his Maui restaurant was destroyed in the deadly wildfire that reduced most of the historic city of Lahaina to ashes.
Fleetwood, who said he has lived on the island for decades, said the fires that gutted his restaurant Fleetwoods on Front Street and killed at least 55 people in Maui were a “devastating moment” for his community.
“Fleetwoods is lost on Front Street and while we are deeply saddened, our main priority is the safety of our dear employees and team members,” Fleetwood wrote on Instagram.
“On behalf of myself and my family, I share my heartfelt thoughts and prayers for the people of MAUI. We are committed to supporting the community and those affected by this disaster in the days, month, and years to come.”
Fleetwood opened the upscale-casual restaurant in 2012, after years of closing restaurants in Virginia and Hollywood. According to Maui Now.
Hawaii Governor Josh Green said Thursday that the full scale of the devastation in the city will “shock you.”
“It looks like a bomb went off,” he said.