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PBS NEWSHOUR

Why there’s so much backlogged aid not reaching Puerto Rico

  • Aired: 09/28/2017
  • 06:51
  • Rating: NR
Across Puerto Rico, many residents still desperately need food, fuel and water. Meanwhile, thousands of cargo containers filled with supplies sit on the docks, unable to get inland. John Yang reports on how the Trump administration is taking steps to speed up relief efforts, then gets an update from the ground in San Juan from Mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz.
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