Weeks After Hurricane Maria, Puerto Rico Struggles To Turn On The Lights

A man rests in a hammock, using a battery-operated light, in an area without electricity more than two weeks after Hurricane Maria hit the island in San Isidro, Puerto Rico.

Nearly 90 percent of Puerto Rico is still without power more than two weeks after Hurricane Maria. Authorities say it will take months to restore electricity after the storm destroyed the power grid.

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