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Fissures in Puerto Rico dam: Evacuations begin along Guajataca River

January 24 2018, 01:51 | Van Peters

Turks and Caicos shows the damage after Hurricane Irma hit

Turks and Caicos shows the damage after Hurricane Irma hit

That's easy. He gains a photo opportunity of him being compassionate at a natural disaster that he can put in campaign literature for a potential presidential run in a few years.

NY has more people from Puerto Rican than any place outside the US territory, and Gov. Andrew Cuomo said he received a request late Thursday from Gov. Ricardo Rosselló to provide help.

Dinellys Moctezuma was born and raised in Puerto Rico until her dad got a job in Ohio.

"I got an SOS from (an elderly home) and it was a text like from a horror movie".

That population is shown at Mi Casita, a small assisted living facility in Deltona for Spanish-speaking families, where the mood is now one of worry. "She didn't want to leave her house, she said that it's strong and they've been through this before", says Rivera.

"Puerto Rico. My family and I are with you not only in our prayers, but also in our effort to rebuild our attractive country", Beltran said in a video on the fundraiser page.

"We were obviously concerned", he said.

Major flooding has devastated the USA territory, including the capital, San Juan.

"We haven't seen news from there".

Governor Rossello, who described the event as "the most devastating storm in a century", said it could take the island months to restore the grid.

Hurricane Maria barreled through Puerto Rico on Wednesday as a powerful Category 4 storm with 155-mph winds and temporarily stripped 100% of the island of its electricity.

"This is a very bad storm". Right now, I'm in - you know, inside the radio station. A-Rod's lady love also revealed that she hasn't been able to contact some of her family members that live there! Is there a number where they can call to try to get some updated information in that regard?

Dewitt Feliciano, 16, said he was emotional this weekend because his dream came true; he met his favorite motocross rider and attended an event in Seattle thanks to Make-A-Wish Puerto Rico. "We just don't know when it's going to be yet".

Her husband said he will continue to try to get connected to his family. I just pray that they're okay. "It's scary", he said.

"We made it as fun as possible and kept everybody calm, cool and distracted", Shane Bynum told us by phone on Wednesday afternoon. I am kind of nervous.



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