Puerto Rico: Children Suffering Most in Aftermath of Maria

Puerto Rico: Children Suffering Most in Aftermath of Maria

Puerto Rico: Children Suffering Most in Aftermath of Maria

After the Category 5 hurricane made a direct hit on Puerto Rico and ravaged the island for over 30 hours, USA aid has been slow in developing.

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Two dozen MA police officers boarded a plane to Puerto Rico Saturday evening, leaving the mainland to provide much-needed aid more than two weeks after Hurricane Maria devastated the island. The governor of Puerto Rico liked the response and the mayors of towns around San Juan applauded the response. With Puerto Rico being left with a humanitarian crisis after sitting through Category 5 Hurricane Maria's path for over thirty hours, hosting this week's Global Café meant more for the PRSA than sharing a taste of the vibrant island.

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"We're keeping a close watch on the most critical medical products", Gottlieb said. "If we can help, we're going to help them", added Lt.

Santos and her daughters were volunteering their time Saturday to help the cause.

Ruiz traveled to the island on September 9 to enjoy a cruise with relatives, but after returning to port, she was stuck there because of Hurricane Maria. She also noted the support that flooded the Global Café event, with people donating with checks and cash outside the cost for the meal.

Puerto Rico officials continue to work closely with the Defense Department, the and the Federal Emergency Management Agency and with state-to-state partners through the Emergency Management Assistance Compact, he noted.

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