At Some Point Within The Existence Of Battered Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico has not been forgotten, but more than a week after Hurricane Maria hit, it’s a woozy empire of wreckage; of waiting in line for food, water and gas and then finding another line to wait in some more.
The National Guard helicopters have been passing overhead, and sometimes he and his neighbors yell at them, pleading for water.
He lives in a community a few minutes’ drive away where there is no water, no food, and no help.
At 6 a.m., about a dozen trucks and cars had parked nearby.
Others crouched at a spot where the water trickled down to the pavement.

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