Puerto Rico

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More than a month after Hurricane Maria slammed into Puerto Rico, a third of residents are still without drinking water. But a Tri-State water technology non-profit is working to lower those numbers by bringing in purification equipment and training people twice a day.

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Blood collected locally has been sent to Puerto Rico.  Blood banks there have been closed because over fears of spreading the Zika virus, according to Dr. Ronald Sacher.