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After the storm: A community in the mountains of Puerto Rico seeks solace in their faith
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Lake Caonillas, in the mountains of Puerto Rico, was hit hard by Hurricane Maria. For days friends and family were unable to reach each other because roads were impassable and there was no cell service. They found comfort in each other, and their faith.
Lake Caonillas, in the mountains of Puerto Rico, was hit hard by Hurricane Maria. For days friends and family were unable to reach each other because roads were impassable and there was no cell service. They found comfort in each other, and their faith.
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