PHOTOS: Puerto Rico struggles in Maria's wake

In the wake of Hurricane Maria, Puerto Rico continues to grapple with the island's devastation.

Much of the U.S. territory, home to more than 3.4 million American citizens, is still without adequate food, water and fuel. Gas stations, banks, and supermarkets are gradually reopening, but there are limited supplies.

The photos above illustrate some of the damage suffered by the island.

 

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