Good Samaritans of the town of Isabela. Brothers Saul Aldarondo, left, and Luis Aldarondo, alongside Mary Lopez, fill a shopping cart with necessities for the Rio Abajo neighborhood of Utuado known now as ‘The Forgotten Ones’ during the aftermath of Hurricane Maria.
Good Samaritans of the town of Isabela. Brothers Saul Aldarondo, left, and Luis Aldarondo, alongside Mary Lopez, fill a shopping cart with necessities for the Rio Abajo neighborhood of Utuado known now as ‘The Forgotten Ones’ during the aftermath of Hurricane Maria. David Santiago dsantiago@miamiherald.com
Good Samaritans of the town of Isabela. Brothers Saul Aldarondo, left, and Luis Aldarondo, alongside Mary Lopez, fill a shopping cart with necessities for the Rio Abajo neighborhood of Utuado known now as ‘The Forgotten Ones’ during the aftermath of Hurricane Maria. David Santiago dsantiago@miamiherald.com

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