Farmer Victor Lozada searches for items that can be salvage from his shed that was completely destroyed by Hurricane Maria. Residents of the beach town of Loiza, Puerto Rico who received heavy flooding and wind damage have no power, no running water, but are working extremely hard to piece back their lives.
Farmer Victor Lozada searches for items that can be salvage from his shed that was completely destroyed by Hurricane Maria. Residents of the beach town of Loiza, Puerto Rico who received heavy flooding and wind damage have no power, no running water, but are working extremely hard to piece back their lives. CARL JUSTE CJUSTE@MIAMIHERALD.COM
Farmer Victor Lozada searches for items that can be salvage from his shed that was completely destroyed by Hurricane Maria. Residents of the beach town of Loiza, Puerto Rico who received heavy flooding and wind damage have no power, no running water, but are working extremely hard to piece back their lives. CARL JUSTE CJUSTE@MIAMIHERALD.COM

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