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basic necessities still lacking in puerto rico after maria


basic necessities are running low in puerto rico after hurricane maria devastated the island. victims are desperate for aid, including food, water, medicine and fuel. the u.s. military is sending several thousand more troops to help with the recovery, but puerto ricans say relief efforts are failing them. mario bruno from the red cross spoke to cbsn from san juan about the ongoing crisis.






hurricane maria victims in puerto rico struggle for basic needs


officials are calling the devastation in puerto rico a humanitarian disaster. six days after hurricane maria hit, millions are struggling for basic necessities like adequate food, water, fuel and electricity. eighty percent of the island's transmission lines are down, and power may not be restored for more than a month. david begnaud reports.






crisis in storm-ravaged puerto rico continues


the u.s. military is helping clear roads and provide help to residents in puerto rico who are running out of basic needs like food and water. the only way to purchase basic necessities is with cash, and many atms are down. cbs news correspondent david begnaud joins cbsn from puerto rico to discuss.






hurricane maria bears down on puerto rico


as hurricane maria moves through the caribbean, the storm is leaving islands in its path devastated - and now, maria is expected to slam puerto rico on wednesday. david begnaud is in san juan, puerto rico with the latest on how residents are preparing.






hurricane maria slams puerto rico


the eye of deadly hurricane maria is hitting puerto rico. it could have a devastating impact. the storm weakened slightly overnight to a strong category 4, but officials there predict entire towns will have to be rebuilt. maria's top winds are now 155 mph. david begnaud reports from san juan, puerto rico.






comment on donald trump finally tweets about puerto rico: “broken infrastructure


maybe the potus should think less about the nfl and more about the poor americans and others who are freaking out from lack of basic necessities in puerto rico. instead of such other mostly symbolic nonsense when people are dehydrating and can die in 3 days. we should ultimately call him the great distractor someday in the history books






hurricane maria causes widespread damage in puerto rico


hurricane maria is lashing the east coast of the dominican republic after devastating puerto rico. the category 3 storm is blamed for at least nine deaths. david begnaud reports from san juan, puerto rico.






after hurricane maria, puerto rico airport looks like a shelter


puerto rico's governor is calling on the pentagon for more help after hurricane maria devastated much of the island. david begnaud reports from carolina, puerto rico.






puerto rico remains in darkness after hurricane maria


two days after hurricane maria slammed into puerto rico, people are still being rescued. the storm is now passing the turks and caicos islands as a category 3 hurricane. david begnaud reports from san juan, puerto rico.






puerto rico braces for hurricane maria's impact


puerto rico is bracing for impact from hurricane maria.the category 5 storm is expected to make landfall tonight. cbs news correspondent david begnaud has the latest from san juan, puerto rico.






hurricane maria strikes puerto rico


hurricane maria made landfall in puerto rico early wednesday morning as a category 4 storm. extreme winds caused widespread damage and power outages across the island. cbs news correspondent david begnaud joins cbsn from san juan, puerto rico with the latest on the storm's impact.






hurricane maria pummels puerto rico


hurricane maria brought winds of more than 140 miles per hour and torrential rain to the u.s. territory of puerto rico. cbs news' david begnaud is in the puerto rican capital of san juan, where many are without power after the storm.






help for puerto rico comes more than one week after hurricane maria


the first government relief finally rolled into the southeastern part of puerto rico, nine days after hurricane maria hit. cbs news' omar villafranca reports from yabucoa, where maria first made landfall.






evacuate or die, puerto rico is warned ahead of maria


maria, a category 5 storm and still gaining strength, was expected to pass directly over puerto rico. it will be much worse than irma, the governor said.






desperate pleas for stalled supplies in puerto rico


eight days after hurricane maria flattened much of puerto rico, basic resources like food, water, fuel and medicine are still hard to find. supplies have arrived, but they're not getting delivered to the nearly 3.5 million american citizens on the island. david begnaud reports.






hurricane maria clobbers puerto rico


puerto rico has taken a beating from hurricane maria, the strongest storm to hit the u.s. territory in nearly 90 years. maria made landfall as a powerful category 4 hurricane and took its time tearing across the island. david begnaud reports.






hurricane maria knocks electricity out of puerto rico


washington, sept 20: making its landfall in puerto rico on wednesday, the destructive hurricane maria knocked electricity out of the caribbean island. the storm, described as the worst of the century, killed at least two on the first day of its arrival. puerto rico’s governor ricardo rossello warned residents to “embrace for the worst” as the storm […]






puerto rico governor asking truck drivers to help transport food


one week after hurricane maria devastated puerto rico, the federal government says more supplies and work crews are on the way. food, water and fuel are still hard to find. david begnaud reports from san juan, puerto rico.






maria knocks power out in puerto rico, leaves many without homes


hurricane maria left the entire island of puerto rico without power wednesday after it made landfall as a category 4 storm. it had already left a trail of destruction on the islands of dominica and st. croix -- both in the direct path of maria. david begnaud reports.






'rapidly intensifying' hurricane maria takes aim at puerto rico


"there's an excellent chance that maria will be a major hurricane very close to puerto rico in 48 hours," nbc news meteorologist bill karins said monday.






maria makes landfall in puerto rico as a category 4 storm


maria, the strongest storm to hit puerto rico since 1928, had maximum sustained winds of 155 mph as it churned toward the u.s. territory.






puerto rico goes dark after hurricane maria


hurricane maria leveled parts of puerto rico, causing an island-wide power outage and flooding. cbs news' david begnaud reports from san juan.






maria makes landfall in puerto rico with 155 mph winds


maria, the strongest storm to hit puerto rico since 1928, had maximum sustained winds of 155 mph as it churned toward the u.s. territory.






slow relief response in puerto rico could cost "hundreds of lives"


the desperation of puerto rico's hurricane survivors is growing by the day. washington is boosting its efforts to help them, but the island's electrical grid is still down, one week after hurricane maria. only 21 of the 69 hospitals have power or fuel. david begnaud reports from san juan, puerto rico.






puerto rico rations resources as hurricane maria approaches


cbs news' david begnaud is in san juan, puerto rico, where people are boarding up for hurricane maria. the category 5 storm is expected to reach the island tuesday night.






puerto rico could be without power for months


emergency crews are racing to evacuate tens of thousands of people who live downstream from a failing dam in northwest puerto rico. the reservoir behind the dam is swelling from heavy rain left by hurricane maria as puerto rico continues to struggle with widespread power outages. david begnaud reports.






lines for basic resources are fact of life in puerto rico


washington is pushing to speed up hurricane relief for desperate people in puerto rico. the focus now is on delivering water, food and fuel to local distribution sites. david begnaud reports from aguadilla on the west coast of puerto rico, where people need a lot of help.






hurricane maria stirs fear of mass migration from puerto rico


saddled with a debt crisis, puerto rico has already seen a historic migration. now more puerto ricans are fleeing for the mainland, and they may not return.






woman who fled irma now trapped by maria in puerto rico


laurel brannick, who evacuated from st. john in the u.s. virgin islands to puerto rico to avoid hurricane irma, is now riding out maria in san juan. speaking with today live, she says that while she and her husband are safe in a shelter, they feel like "vagabonds and refugees."






'island destroyed': all power out as maria crushes puerto rico


authorities say it could be four to six months before electricity is returned to puerto rico and its nearly 3.5 million people.






hurricane maria hits dominica, barrels toward puerto rico


two atlantic hurricanes could affect millions of americans. hurricane jose is moving north toward eastern long island and cape cod, but hurricane maria in the caribbean is a far greater threat. david begnaud reports from san juan, puerto rico.






hurricane maria knocks out power to all of puerto rico


government officials say it could be four to six months before electricity is returned to puerto rico, home to nearly 3.5 million people.






hurricane maria leaves puerto rico without power


3.5 million citizens are left without power in puerto rico.






puerto rico governor on hurricane recovery: "keep the help coming"


at least 16 people have died after hurricane maria hit puerto rico. that number could rise, as food, water and fuel are hard to find. the island's governor, ricardo rosselló, joins "cbs this morning" from puerto rico to discuss what their specific needs are, why it's been difficult to get supplies to parts of the island and the federal government's response.






flights return as puerto rico recovery efforts move forward


drenched and without power for so many days following hurricane maria, the residents of puerto rico on sunday were able to see some hope on the wing.






beyonce & more stars send prayers as puerto rico is hit with hurricane maria’s 1


the devastation refuses to end. puerto rico was slammed by hurricane maria on sept. 20, and celebrities are heartbroken over the destruction throughout the island. see their messages of support here.






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