Puerto Rico continues to struggle a month after Hurricane Maria

A month after Hurricane Maria struck Puerto Rico, many residents remain without basic essentials like electricity and running water.

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    A month after Hurricane Maria struck Puerto Rico, many residents remain without essentials such as electricity and running water.

    People are digging through rubble, waiting for the government aid that was promised to them.

    Al Jazeera's Alan Fisher reports from Puente Blanco, Puerto Rico.


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