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The soldiers were delivering food and water to the home near San Juan.They got quite the surprise when the elderly woman pulled out their guitar and started to play.Delawareans of Puerto Rican descent are frustrated with the speed of aid getting to smaller towns in Puerto Rico. Carney announced the creation of a website that people can visit to offer help to the storm-ravage commonwealth.A terrifying torrent of water swept through Puerto Rico after a dam failed at Lake Guajataca in the northwest region.As it moves north, it’s expected to cause surf swells that will increase along portions of the southeastern coast of the US and Bermuda.Across Puerto Rico, more than 15,000 people are in shelters, including some 2,000 rescued from the north coastal town of Toa Baja (Pictured, Liz Maries Bultron looks at the damage at a home in the Zapateria Pizarro area on Friday)Maria hit about two weeks after Hurricane Irma pounded the US Virgin Islands, hitting St Thomas and St John, particularly hard The islands' governor, Kenneth Mapp, said it was possible that two islands - St Thomas and St Croix - might reopen to some cruise liner traffic in a month.
This video shot earlier this month is a sign of relief for the island that has been devastated by Hurricane Maria.Describing him as a 'happy and very active person', the family decided against a coffin for the funeral service in favor of a chair, sitting Diaz Beato with his legs crossed, dressed in his favorite clothes and with a cigarette between his fingers.A group of soldiers and a chaplain joined a woman in song at her care home in Puerto Rico in a heartwarming video.Water was seen sweeping through the municipalities of Isabela and Quebradillas after the dam sustained structural damage from Hurricane Maria.
Nearly 16 inches of rain fell in the area, significantly raising water levels on the 90-year-old dam.Maria, the strongest storm to hit Puerto Rico since 1928, had maximum sustained winds of 155mph when it made landfall as a Category 4 storm on Thursday (Pictured, Maria Luz Navarro looks out on her neighborhood of Zapateria Pizarro surrounded by floodwater on Friday)Across Puerto Rico, more than 15,000 people are in shelters, including some 2,000 rescued from the north coastal town of Toa Baja.