Puerto Rico still in power crisis

A line failed that was repaired by Whitefish Energy, a small Montana company in Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke's hometown.
2:39 | 11/09/17

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A troubling new setback for Puerto Rico tonight a major power failure almost the entire islands. Now back in the dark nearly three to half million American citizens live there and tonight the Texas couple who saw our reporting. And what they've now done. Tonight the forties in Puerto Rico have confirmed more than 80% of the island. He's again in the door after that major power failure it's been nearly two months now since the hurricane hit. Our visit two weeks in president trump was about to land there. And what we found just fifteen minutes from the airport when it products. We heard apartment buildings in San Juan were still without power we dealt winning water. This deer wolves dark hallways to put up this fits best his Delgado lives in New York City but she was there are taking care for parents. President trumpet just tweeted all buildings now inspected we have heard that inspectors. Have been visiting some of these buildings. All over Puerto Rico I do you see any inspectors. A company. Inside her parents tiny apartment we saw the windows blown out by the hurricane. In the bedroom her parents Elmer and glorious indeed if medication. This is the first medicine this is. And Motrin. Down the whole way residents carrying flashlights and stepped over a doorway won't be invited hurricane. It tonight with most of Puerto Rico again in the dark one in ten on the island still have no running water. And a couple from El Paso, Texas seeing Liz Beth on the news calling and telling her they would pay to fly her and her family. Back to the US for help. Our camera there as she packed all changes heck. But I know we gonna be much better tearful she tells us she can now get her parents' medical help. For building had just got the power back in our before she started packing while back in New York Angel Gomez and his wife patsy were both waiting for Lisbon. The airport. When I saw the months immediately broke my heart I mean here I really proud aggressively against them right here in the year to eight weeks. I still can you. And me and and then let me. Back in Puerto Rico that new headline another major power failure. And we remember with Liz Smith told us the promise as she was packing can come back and help all things. And about that power failure tonight that small Montana company involved in the power restoration tells ABC news that quote. None of the issues reported today with the outage had anything to do with the repairs white fish energy performed. We'll stay on a.

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