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Puerto Rico inches back to normal after largest earthquake in 102 years

Reuters Wednesday, 8 January 2020
Puerto Rico's power grid crept back to service on Wednesday after it was shut down entirely as a safety measure on Tuesday amid a storm of earthquakes including the most powerful to strike the Caribbean island in 102 years.
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News video: Puerto Rico Hit With Magnitude 5.9 Earthquake

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Puerto Rico was hit with an earthquake Saturday, just days after being hit with a 6.4 magnitude quake on Tuesday.

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