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After quake, Puerto Rico governor says power should be back by Monday

Reuters Friday, 10 January 2020
Puerto Rico's governor said power should be fully restored across the island by Monday after the worst earthquake in over a century knocked out its biggest generating plant and left nearly all 3 million residents without electricity.
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News video: Puerto Rico's Governor said power will be back by next week

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Puerto Rico faced their worst earthquake in over a century, leaving nearly all of its residents without electricity. Puerto Rico Governor Wanda Vázquz said power should be fully restored by Monday. According to Reuters, the island's largest power plant, Costa Sur, might remain off line for a year or...

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