A Puerto Rican Mountain Town Is Still Desperate for Water 6 Months After Hurricane Maria

Nearly six months after Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico, many residents of the remote mountain town of Corozal still don’t have electricity or running water. Many are being forced to recycle dirty water just to get by. There’s no sign when Corozal will get the help it needs.

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