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WATCH: PBS NewsHour On Hurricane Maria: Here’s Why Restoring Power In Puerto Rico Is Taking So Long

Four months after Hurricane Maria, about 450,000 of 1.5 million electricity customers in Puerto Rico still have no service. Blackouts regularly occur for hours at a time, even in San Juan


Special correspondent Monica Villamizar reports on the emergency efforts to restore power, and how some have taken matters into their own hands as outdated technology and suspected corruption stand in the way.