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Sunday, April 14
The Indiana Daily Student

Nearly one week after Hurricane Maria devastated the island of Puerto Rico, residents were still trying to get the basics of food, water, gas and money from banks. More than two years later, the island's infrastructure is at a breaking point. Tribune News Service

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Nearly one week after Hurricane Maria devastated the island of Puerto Rico, residents were still trying to get the basics of food, water, gas and money from banks. More than two years later, the island's infrastructure is at a breaking point.