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Vigil held for disaster victims in Puerto Rico, Mexico

28 Setiembre 2017
Vigil held for disaster victims in Puerto Rico, Mexico

"Charlie and I adore everything about the culture and the people of Puerto Rico".

"Every day that goes by, it gets worse", Fortier said.

AT&T, Verizon, and T-Mobile seem to be paying quite a lot of attention to how current events are affecting their customers.

Buchanan is a three-star general and the commander of US Army North (5th Army). He announced all parishes will participate and only specific items are needed.

It's unclear how long it might take before the airport can resume normal operations.

Crowley has only been able to dispatch 4% of its 3,000 containers, he said.

Iara Rodriguez, centre, is lying on family members in a portrait taken at her parents' home in Guaynabo, Puerto Rico. It actually has plenty of bills in government facilities.

T-Mobile just made a statement about the earthquake, as well, letting US customers know that they can contact loved ones via calls and SMS in Mexico without any additional charges until the 22nd. There will be at least two donation pick ups, one on October 4th and the final one on October 11th.

Rubio, who visited the island Monday, said the most pressing concern for Puerto Rico was not just funneling aid to the island but establishing a logistical authority for the supply chain and recovery efforts.

In addition to financial support, it said many Knights have helped to rescue stranded neighbors and provide assistance, which has included the distribution of more than $720,000 in food, water and other necessities.

All reservations were being confirmed through a phone line to Miami, and hundreds of departing passengers were waiting at the airport in stifling heat. "They don't know each other, but we are all like brothers and sisters".

Ana Ramos, a retiree, waited four hours in line for $20 of gas on Wednesday, inching her car through a line stretching a few blocks. Morris was there as Hurricane Maria hit and lived in the aftermath.

"I'm overwhelmed", Ramos said, tears streaming down her face.

The Federal Aviation Administration said most of the airport's radar and navigation equipment, damaged by the storm, is now operational. He said he believed the military was best positioned for such a challenge.

Unfortunately, people on the island need cash now.

No luck: Both ATMs were out of money.

A drone video captured by Eloy Perez shows the San Juan Terminal C port in San Juan, Puerto Rico, after Hurricane Maria struck the Island last week.