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(Ashleigh Joplin, Whitney Leaming/ The Washington Post)
With fuel in short supply, Puerto Rico's hospitals could go dark
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Doctors in San Juan are worried that hospitals could run out of power, endangering patients.
Doctors in San Juan are worried that hospitals could run out of power, endangering patients.
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