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***NOT FOR BROADCAST*** Contact Brett Adair with Live Storms Media to license. email@example.com Significant dam breach took place in the Isabela, Puerto Rico area along Lake Guajataca dam on Friday afternoon. A flash flood emergency was put into effect and still exists at the midnight hour local time. Other significant wind damage was noted along the north shores west of San Juan. Roads washed out - houses completely collapsed from surge and winds - as well as roofs ripped off.
Marejada historica en Puerto Rico. Olas de 10 a 20 pies.
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Aquí les comparto unas tomas que realice el domingo en el área este. No fue fácil comprimir 1 hora de pietaje en solo 6 minutos. Es en resolución 4k.
Many people living near a crumbling dam in storm-battered Puerto Rico have evacuated, Governor Ricardo Rossello said on Monday that he hased asked for more government aid to avert a humanitarian crisis after Hurricane Maria. Much of the Caribbean island, which is a U.S. territory with a population of 3.4 million, is still without electricity five days after Maria struck with ferocious winds and torrential rains, the most powerful hurricane to hit Puerto Rico in nearly a century. There have been growing concerns for some 70,000 people who live in the river valley below the Guajataca Dam in the island’s northwest, where cracks were seen on Friday in the 88-year-old earthen structure. http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/Reuters/domesticNews/~3/iLS10FFXzxs/puerto-rico-evacuates-area-near-crumbling-dam...
Un pequeño recorrido por el area oeste aguada, añasco, aguadilla.
Just a short walk from the cruise ship is Old San Juan. This is a short clip of the area fro shops, restaurants, and tourist. The shops are filled with the traditional tourist items. There are a few great little shops in the back (away from the boat and not on this video), that I recommend for some cool little gifts and browsing if you have time.
In the Valle de Flor residential area in Mayaguez. - At :21 you can see a power line being held up by a piece of bamboo. - At 1:30 we drive up to the Jardin de Oro Hogar de Envejecimiento nursing home. The nurse told us that they were running out of everything. There are 24 residents there. I hope they all make it through the Maria aftermath! - At 3:28 we pass the intersection for PR-351. 351 was accessible. - At 4:07 there is a lot of landslide and more power lines down (crossing the road and lying low above the road). - At 5:35 the left side of the road is obstructed by debris. You can find more videos, humanitarian efforts, news, and other updates through the following hashtags: #PuertoRicoRelief #PuertoRicoReliefNOW #PuertoRicoSeLevanta #PuertoRicoDePie #FuerzaPuertoRico #HuracanMari...
Hurricane Irma Maria San Juan Puerto Rico Harbor District Top Rebuild Area Hurrican Irma has caused wide spread damage in the caribbean. San Juan Puerto Rico has been affected as well especially the harbor area. In this video you can see how just a 15 foot storm surge can cause major damage to these low lying buildings. You can bet theat the full rescources of the USA will be brought to this area as all goods are delivered here by container ship along with the tourists. Please support Travelling with Bruce by becoming a Patreon supporter. Check out this video to get a special gift for supporting my channel https://youtu.be/-wxqVSCNzhY Thank you Bruce Here is the link to my Patreon Pagehttps://www.patreon.com/TravellingwithBruce Share my videos to everyone that enjoys travellin...