Puerto Rico: What It’s Really Like After the SHTF

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By Daisy Luther Things are dire in Puerto Rico. We haven’t heard much directly from people there since Hurricane Maria took out power for the entire island, but what we do know is that the situation is desperate. This is a shocking, real-life glimpse into what it’s really like when the S hits the fan. I saw a post from a friend of a friend who has family in Puerto Rico. I don’t have permission …

The Third Hurricane in a Month: Last Minute Warnings Issued for North Carolina and the East Coast

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By Daisy Luther The warnings may be coming too late for the eastern United States as Hurricane Maria pushes Northwest. Whether Maria will be a tropical storm or hurricane when she hits North Carolina remains to be seen, but it’s almost certain that some kind of major storm will strike tomorrow with direct force. Unlike Harvey and Irma, the third hurricane in a month won’t have a week-long warning period for people to get prepared. …

Hurricane Maria Could Take Out Power in Puerto Rico Indefinitely and It’s Too Late to Prepare

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By Daisy Luther It seems like no one can catch a break this hurricane season. Many islands, including the US territory of Puerto Rico, are taking a second hit from Hurricane Maria just over a week after Hurricane Irma tore through the region, and in their already weakened state, the damage could take out the power indefinitely. Dominica was devastated last night Hurricane Maria reached Category 5 levels yesterday just before making landfall in Dominica. …

Many Florida Residents Have Been Without Power for More Than a Week and There’s No End in Sight

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By Daisy Luther Hundreds of thousands of homes in Florida are still without power more than a week after Hurricane Irma barrelled through on her destructive path. And, unfortunately, there’s no clear end in sight for them, as infrastructure was so thoroughly destroyed in certain areas. With an average temperature in the 90s, days in Florida are miserable indeed for those without power. Restoration of power is a slow process in some areas. According to an …