Tropical storm Fiona ravaged Puerto Rico this week: Blackouts continue to occur, blue coverings are stretched over hundreds of residences
Hurricane Maria, which killed almost 3,000 people and wrecked the electrical infrastructure, was the deadliest natural catastrophe to strike Puerto Rico in the previous 100 years.
Fiona, a Category 1 hurricane
Charlotte Gossett Navarro, stated that "the energy grid is crucial to everyone's entire livelihood here in Puerto Rico.
Escalating crises brought on by climate change, the pandemic, and fiscal pressures have brought it to its breaking point
Fiona brought up unpleasant memories of the gloomy months that followed Hurricane Maria's Category 4 landfall on September 20, 2017, for many Puerto Ricans.