People in Puerto Rico are beginning to put their lives back together after Hurricane Fiona knocked out power, washed away roads and bridges, and damaged homes. It’s a frighteningly familiar feeling to many on the island.
Luciano Bozzolo’s truck heads into the mountainous interior of Puerto Rico. He is on a mission to deliver generators, food, water and other vital supplies to areas devastated by Hurricane Fiona.
“We had a call from a friend asking for help,” Bozzolo, 43, told USA TODAY by phone while driving Tuesday.