I live in a San Juan suburb, and I’m one of the lucky few who were spared the worst of Hurricane Maria. It’s almost as if this disaster forgot to stop by my house. The reality for the rest of Puerto Rico, however, is far different.
Just two weeks after the storm, the death toll has doubled from 16 to 34, and that number is likely to keep rising. People’s homes have been destroyed or flooded. Some have had their roofs blown away. Some seventy percent of the country remains out of reach. No phone lines, no internet, no access to main roads.… Seguir leyendo »