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Puerto Rico’s governor: Hurricane Maria is ‘an unprecedented storm’
Speaking live with TODAY by telephone, Ricardo Rossello, governor of Puerto Rico, says Hurricane Maria “will be clearly the most devastating storm in the history of the island.” Whether shelters can withstand Maria’s winds, he says, “is a critical question,”; wooden houses “had no chance.”
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