Héctor Rodríguez is a resident of Morovis, a small mountain town located about 40 miles from San Juan. Morovis was cut off from electricity, clean water, and emergency care for weeks after María.

In this interview, Héctor talks about his experiences living in Morovis in the days and weeks after the storm. He highlights the shortcomings of FEMA and the US Military in their response efforts and paints a grim picture of the extent of the damage inflicted by María.

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