After Quakes, Puerto Rico’s Electricity Is Back On For Most, But Uncertainty Remains

A cyclist rides past a destroyed building in Guanica, Puerto Rico. The island was hit by a series of earthquakes over the past couple of weeks, leading to a state of emergency, power outages and millions of dollars of damage.

Puerto Rico’s public utility, PREPA said 99% of its customers’ electricity has been restored following last week’s 6.4 earthquake. Thousands remain in makeshift camps unsure when they can return home.

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