Celia Rivera, 98, lives in a small town in the municipality of Naranjito in central Puerto Rico. Her grandson David Santiago was finally able to hear her voice 15 days after Hurricane Maria pounded the island.
Celia Rivera, 98, lives in a small town in the municipality of Naranjito in central Puerto Rico. Her grandson David Santiago was finally able to hear her voice 15 days after Hurricane Maria pounded the island. David Santiago dsantiago@elnuevoherald.com
Celia Rivera, 98, lives in a small town in the municipality of Naranjito in central Puerto Rico. Her grandson David Santiago was finally able to hear her voice 15 days after Hurricane Maria pounded the island. David Santiago dsantiago@elnuevoherald.com

I finally heard my abuela’s voice 15 days after Hurricane Maria pounded Puerto Rico

October 05, 2017 5:50 PM

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