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Sunday, October 01, 2017
Gov. Ricardo Rosselló On Crisis In Storm-Ravaged Puerto Rico | The View
Contributed by Theresa Tillett
The Governor of Puerto Rico speaks to The View about the progress being made in cleaning up after #HurricaneMaria.
The biggest problem is that many truckers have not reported to work to move the supplies which have been sent there, to the locations and people that need it. The president has been in constant talks with the governor & FEMA.
Floating antennas are in route to help get the communications up faster so families can get connected.
The rebuilding will be slow while they work on plans on how to fix the power grid which was not very good, prior to the storms.
See the video at Theresa's blog, here.
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