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Struggling to breathe: The consequences of life without power in Puerto Rico
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Hurricane Maria knocked out the electricity in Miram Carrasquillo's home in Canóvanas, Puerto Rico. Ten days after the storm, she was able to get a small generator to power her nebulizer. Authorities say it could be months before the electrical grid is up and running again.
Hurricane Maria knocked out the electricity in Miram Carrasquillo's home in Canóvanas, Puerto Rico. Ten days after the storm, she was able to get a small generator to power her nebulizer. Authorities say it could be months before the electrical grid is up and running again.
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