Aftermath of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico, Salinas - 27 Sep 2017

Mandatory Credit: Photo by THAIS LLORCA/EPA-EFE/REX/Shutterstock (9087940f) Ricardo Rossello and Joseph Lengyel Aftermath of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico, Salinas - 27 Sep 2017 Governor of Puerto Rico, Ricardo Rossello (L) greets the head of the US National Guard, General Joseph Lengyel (R) upon his arrival at Camp Santiago, the headquarters of the National Guard of Puerto Rico, from where they will leave to deliver supplies to the victims by the passage of Hurricane Maria, in the municipality of Salinas, Puerto Rico, 27 September 2017. A week after the passage of Hurricane Maria in the Caribbean, the majority of Puerto Rico is still without electricity and half of the residents do not have running water, media reported. Hurricane Maria, which devastated the Caribbean island, is comparable in magnitude to the worst natural disasters in the United States, according to the director of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (Fema) for the Caribbean, Alejandro of the Campa. ** Usable by LA, CT and MoD ONLY **
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