Homes in the Juana Matos community are surrounded by flood waters in Catano, Puerto Rico, one week after Hurricane Maria came through. Few in the territory were covered by flood insurance.
Homes in the Juana Matos community are surrounded by flood waters in Catano, Puerto Rico, one week after Hurricane Maria came through. Few in the territory were covered by flood insurance. Carlos Giusti AP
Homes in the Juana Matos community are surrounded by flood waters in Catano, Puerto Rico, one week after Hurricane Maria came through. Few in the territory were covered by flood insurance. Carlos Giusti AP

Few Puerto Rican households had flood insurance. They can’t afford it

October 12, 2017 05:00 AM

UPDATED October 12, 2017 01:04 PM

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