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Schools across Puerto Rico remained closed on Wednesday as more than a half-million people remained without electricity after the island's worst earthquake in a century. Some Puerto Ricans in the hard-hit south area of the island in towns such as Guanica moved beds outside Tuesday night over concerns their homes would collapse if another earthquake hit. The flurry of quakes in Puerto Rico's southern region began the night of Dec. 28. “There's no power". "There's no water". "There is nothing". "This is horrible".

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Hurricane Dorian

  • Providing food, water ands shelter for the people of Puerto Rico!  
  • Puerto Rico, still recovering from the devastation of Hurricane Maria two years ago, is bracing for the possible landfall of Tropical Storm Dorian on Wednesday, what could be the first major test for an island that experienced widespread suffering and where thousands of people died in the aftermath of the last cyclone to make a direct hit.  Disaster Relief Charity Donate.

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