"I Wanna Get Out Of Here." Vet Has Gut-Wrenching Reunion With Family In Puerto Rico

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Since Hurricane Maria done landfall in Puerto Rico on Sep 20, it has caused widespread extinction on a island.

Thought it’s been dual weeks given a scarcely Category 5 whirly hit, residents of a U.S. domain are still pang and unfortunate for help. U.S. Marine maestro Mario Salazar has family in Puerto Rico and motionless to take matters into his possess hands when he perceived a brief and unfortunate call from them.

Yesterday, a administrator of Puerto Rico updated a genocide fee to 34.

Yesterday, a administrator of Puerto Rico a href=http://abcnews.go.com/US/hurricane-maria-95-percent-puerto-rico-power/story?id=50276834 target=_blankupdated/a a genocide fee to 34.

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In some towns, officials reported that 80 to 90 percent of their structures had been destroyed. The charge also knocked out energy to a whole island, and it still hasn’t been easy for about 95 percent of a citizens.

In some towns, officials reported that a href=https://www.vox.com/science-and-health/2017/9/21/16345176/hurricane-maria-2017-puerto-rico-san-juan-meteorology-wind-rain-power target=_blank80 to 90 percent/a of their structures had been destroyed. The charge also knocked out energy to a whole island, and it still hasn't been easy for about a href=http://abcnews.go.com/US/hurricane-maria-95-percent-puerto-rico-power/story?id=50276834 target=_blank95 percent/a of a citizens.

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No energy means no purify H2O for many on a island. Others have been struggling to find food as well.

No energy means no purify H2O for many on a island. Others have been struggling to find food as well.

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