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Powerless Puerto Rico Struggles to Recover Post Maria
Puerto Ricans living in desperate conditions on the hurricane-ravaged island plead for more help from federal agencies.
A man stands on a car on a flooded street in San Juan on Sept. 25, 2017.
A person waves to a passing helicopter from inside a damaged home in Toa Baja, southwest of San Juan on Sept. 25.
Federal agencies rescuing people and delivering humanitarian aid to Puerto Rico faced an island that remains largely without power, running water, fuel and access to cell service five days after the storm first made landfall on Sept. 20.
A man hangs laundry in Progreso Barrio Pulguillas on Sept. 24.
Damaged homes cling to the edge of land amid mudslides in Naranjito, southwest of San Juan, on Sept. 24.
Puerto Rico Governor Ricardo Rossello called Maria the most devastating storm in a century after it destroyed the U.S. territory's electricity and telecommunications infrastructure.
An aerial view shows the damage to the Guajataca dam in Quebradillas on Sept. 23.