Puerto Rico's power grid is struggling 5 years after Hurricane Maria. Here's why.
- Sep 22, 2022 7:24 pm GMT
Hurricane Fiona, which became a Category 4 storm Wednesday as it headed toward Bermuda, has left in its wake large-scale devastation in Puerto Rico. The storm reportedly left at least one person dead, caused catastrophic flooding and knocked out power across the island. The blackout reminded many of the destruction wrought five years ago by Hurricane Maria, which caused roughly 2,975 deaths ...
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