CEO sends aid to Puerto Rico nursing home on private jet

Eyal Lalo, the CEO of Invicta Watch Group, loaded his company's plane with $15,000 worth of supplies for Puerto Rico after seeing a plea for help from a caregiver stranded on the Maria-ravaged island.
2:54 | 09/29/17

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We have an encouraging story out of Puerto Rico. A nursing home desperate for help finally getting some relief. A care giver flagged down our crew and took robin side. A CEO stepped up in a huge way. Rob? It's so difficult down there for a various of reasons. For a lot of people watching our reports in the United States that is simply unacceptable. Reporter: We first MARIA right after hurricane MARIA tore through this island. The anguish and fear in Marie's voice was undeniable. We can't let them die. We need all the help we can get. Reporter: MARIA never stopped fighting for her nine patients here. We need light. We neat wad. Reporter: MARIA's story striking a cord in the heart of one Florida's CEO rob this watch group took action loading up the company's private jet stocked with $15,000 with supplies like medicine, food water. On the island some roads nearly impossible but they managed to get to the nursing home. Miss MARIA, how are you. Fine. I saw your piece on the news. We have an airplane load for you. Thank you very much. Oh my good. How can I say thank you. Reporter: Conditions now only slightly better. MARIA said now she wants to pay it forward. When everything comes to control again please visit us. We're going to give more things to all of you. Thank you. You guys are very sweet. Wow. She's so grateful. I wish I was there to witness it. She's so tough. For the past week she's been washing dirty sheets in the nearby creek nt to her. I talked to the CEO after he did this. He described MARIA as an angel and warrior. Great party when everything is rebuilt. Give us more of a sense what it's like there on the ground. It's desperate in many areas especially the far flung areas. Supplies are getting there, but it's so slow. FEMA is doing the best they can. It's such a disaster. Some of the things I've never seen in all my years of covering storms. That's saying something. Puerto Rico strong. We'll support you. We'll continue that support. Thank you. Now to terrifying rock

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