Puerto Rico town gets new bridge 6 months after hurricane washed away old one

When Hurricane Maria made landfall Sept. 20, a bridge connecting 60 familes to Utuado, a town of about 33,000 two hours southwest of San Juan, was washed away.
3:00 | 03/14/18

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Transcript for Puerto Rico town gets new bridge 6 months after hurricane washed away old one
We're back now with a milestone in Puerto Rico nearly six months after hurricane Maria. Until yesterday this was all that remained a bridge connecting sixty families in the town of which Lotto. For the rest of the world but now those families finally have a shiny new bridge crucial lifeline for food and medicine very big deal there.

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