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(Ashleigh Joplin, Whitney Leaming, Zoeann Murphy/ The Washington Post)
Isolated by Hurricane Maria, Utuado's residents seek help, and a way out
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Residents of Puerto Rico's municipality of Utuado are trapped by landslides and broken roads after Hurricane Maria. Many are running out of food and water.
Residents of Puerto Rico's municipality of Utuado are trapped by landslides and broken roads after Hurricane Maria. Many are running out of food and water.
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