Blackout In Puerto RicoFor a decade, the nation's largest banks made millions as Puerto Rico approached financial ruin. Then, with the island's infrastructure crumbling and vulnerable, a category 4 hurricane came barreling in.
U.S. Army soldiers in Puerto Rico unload food on Oct. 17, 2017. Nearly a month after Hurricane Maria hit, the federal government was still delivering basic supplies, like food and water.
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Jaime Degraff sits outside on Sept. 23, 2017, as he waits for the Puerto Rican electrical grid to be fixed after Hurricane Maria. The island is still struggling with power outages.
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