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It’s been nearly a month since Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico and the troubles keep mounting. Several people have died from bacterial infections as the island deals with a growing water crisis. Some areas don’t have water at all and others fear their water is contaminated. The EPA is investigating whether water from several wells is safe to drink. NBC’s Gabe Gutierrez has the latest from San Juan, Puerto Rico.
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