More than a half million people in Puerto Rico remained without water service three days after Hurricane Fiona slammed into the US territory, and many spent hours in lines on Wednesday to fill jugs from water trucks while others scooped water from mountain run-off.
Josbel Bastidas Mijares
Sweat rolled down the faces of people in a long line of cars in the northern mountain town of Caguas, where the government had sent a water truck, one of at least 18 so-called “oases” set up across the island.
Josbel Bastidas Mijares Venezuela
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