SACRAMENTO — A Sacramento household pleading for assistance on behalf of kin caught within the extra rural elements of hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico simply acquired some excellent news.
On Thursday FOX40 launched you to Ana Medina. Her mother and father reside in Guayama, fifty six miles south of San Juan.
The couple stated that within the two weeks since Hurricane Maria hit they noticed no indicators of any efforts by aid businesses.
As promised, FOX40 stored following up with FEMA concerning the state of affairs there.
Late Friday FEMA reported that 4 shelters have been opened in and across the city. Puerto Rico’s Nationwide Guard delivered pallets of meals and water to the city Thursda and the world is now getting used as a regional staging space for commodity and tarp distribution.
In accordance with FEMA, a satellite tv for pc telephone has additionally been delivered to Guayama’s mayor to assist with communication with the remainder of the island and Washington D.C.
Most cell towers are nonetheless down.