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Puerto Rico’s Long Struggle to Keep the Lights On

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Hurricane Fiona battered Puerto Rico’s shores, causing an island-wide blackout over the weekend. Now, more than a million people are still waiting for the lights to turn back on. WSJ’s Andrew Scurria explains that the company brought in to fix the grid hasn’t made much progress.

Further Reading:

Hurricane Fiona Intensifies to Category 4 Storm and Is Blamed for Four Deaths 

Puerto Rico Re-Examines Plan to Fix Power Grid as Fiona Cuts Electricity 

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