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La residencia de Ferdinad Santiago, en Toa Alta, quedó destrozada por los fuertes vientos del huracán María. (Alex Rafael Román / Especial para GFR Media)
This residence in Toa Alta was destroyed by the strong winds of Hurricane María.

Municipalities, government agencies, and non-profit organizations are at risk of having to return money that the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) advanced for immediate work after Hurricane María hit the island in 2017 because they have not submitted evidence of its use, said the director of the Central Office of Recovery, Reconstruction, and Resilience (COR3), Manuel Laboy.

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