In Puerto Rico, rescuers struggle to reach areas cut off by Hurricane Fiona


A man on Wednesday points to a home that was collapsed by Hurricane Fiona at Villa Esperanza in Salinas, Puerto Rico.

The hurricane smashed roads and bridges and caused historic flooding, leaving people stranded across the island. “We are all isolated,” said Manuel Veguilla, a resident of the mountain town of Caguas.

(Image credit: Alejandro Granadillo/AP)

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