$1B OK’d for Puerto Rico hurricane aid, but governor says he’ll seek more

Federal aid inaugurated pouring into Puerto Rico on Saturday, welcomed by local officials who admired the Trump administration’s response to the devastating effects of hurricanes Irma and Maria.

In northwest Puerto Rico, people inaugurated returning to their residences after a spillway eased pres on a dike that cracked after more than a paw of downpour has declined in the aftermath of the hurricane.

The opening of the island’s central port in San Juan let 11 carries to bring in 1.6 million gallons of spray, 23,000 cots, dozens of generators and food. Dozens more shipments are expected in upcoming days.