That's the situation Saginaw's Sarah Dunn found herself in when Hurricane Maria made landfall on Puerto Rico, bringing with it 150 mph winds and knocking out 80 percent of the island's power lines. Note: San Juan's Mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz is a woman.
Nydia a Rafael Mendez retired to Florida, Puerto Rico, 14 years ago.
Chicago's WGN9 reported similarly, saying that there isn't communication with the truckers.
On its website, T-Mobile highlights a daunting list of "current challenges", including widespread power outages, severed fiber connections, and flooding that limits the ability to access sites.
The overall picture grows bleaker as more images appear from the storm-ravaged island of Puerto Rico. "Lift the Jones Act and then they might believe you haven't abandoned them", a tweet read. Back in 2013, he opened up the Sports and Leadership Management (SLAM) charter schools in Miami and throughout South Florida, most recently Tampa, in partnership with the non-profit Mater Academy.
Facebook's connectivity team is best known for ambitious technology programs like the Aquila drone, an unmanned, solar-powered craft designed to connect remote areas to the internet. "We are looking for basic items to help the people of Puerto Rico begin that process", said Governor John Bel Edwards.
Elected officials continue to pressure the White House, as critics point out the current administration's handling of relief efforts (or the lack thereof) is inching closer to that of Hurricane Katrina.
"Our focus has always been uniting the community of all Hispanic heritages through entertainment, charity and community service", he said of his station. "Together, we can make a difference, and can help Puerto Rico and its people begin to rebuild not just their island, but their lives". "But he said if gas doesn't become more available things are going to get worse", says Hernandez.
There are many ways to help people in Puerto Rico. Damage to the radar and aviation equipment has limited the number of flights to and from the island, according to CNN. As the backlash continued to pour in, the political divide in the United States between the left and right doesn't look to be ending anytime soon. Generators are being distributed to hospitals, but there's no telling how long it'll be used for.