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Edgar Algarin (center) and others wait in line to get a flight at the Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport in San Juan, Puerto Rico, on Monday. Hurricane Maria has left the island without power and with dwindling supplies of food and fuel. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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Edgar Algarin (center) and others wait in line to get a flight at the Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport in San Juan, Puerto Rico, on Monday. Hurricane Maria has left the island without power and with dwindling supplies of food and fuel.

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Updated Sept. 26 at 6:39 p.m. ET

NPR is working to bring you the latest news about Hurricane Maria, which struck several Caribbean islands already working to recover from Hurricane Irma.

But our reporters can't be everywhere. That is where you come in: Are you trying to leave the islands? What is happening in your neighborhood? How are these storms affecting your mental and emotional state?

If possible — and if you're in a safe place — we would like to follow your story. You can choose a way to talk to us:

  • Fill out the form below.
  • Email hurricane@npr.org with your name, your situation and the best way to reach you. A reporter might contact you.
  • Leave a voicemail describing conditions at your location at 202-216-9564. We might use your voice on the air.

Thanks for your help.