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Collection of Graphics, Images, and Documents pertaining to Hurricane Maria.
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September 18, 2017
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  • <p>San Juan, PR, October 13, 2017 - Emergency Fuel Trucks Being Refueled. Since October 9, 2017, the Sea Chem-1 is refueling emergency Fuel Trucks. carrying 5 millions gallons of diesel, it has the capability for pier side loading, which allows to fill contracted trucks without impacting the local fuel terminals. Photo: Eliud Echevarr&iacute;a / FEMA</p>

    Sea Chem-1 Refuels Emergency Fuel Trucks

    Video by Eliud Echevarria

    San Juan, PR, October 13, 2017 - Emergency Fuel Trucks Being Refueled. Since October 9, 2017, the Sea Chem-1 is refueling emergency Fuel Trucks. carrying 5 millions gallons of diesel, it has the capability for pier side loading, which allows to fill contracted trucks without impacting the local fuel terminals. Photo: Eliud Echevarría / FEMA

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<p>FEMA Mobile Emergency Response Support (MERS), Forward Communications Vehicle (FCV) arrives&nbsp;at Luis Mu&ntilde;oz Mar&iacute;n airport, in Carolina, Puerto Rico.</p>

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    B-roll - MERS Forward Communications Vehicle

    Video by Yuisa Rios

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    FEMA Mobile Emergency Response Support (MERS), Forward Communications Vehicle (FCV) arrives at Luis Muñoz Marín airport, in Carolina, Puerto Rico.

      

  • <p>Disaster Medical Assistance Teams support HIMA-San Pablo hospital in Fajardo after Hurricane Maria.</p>

    Disaster Medical Assistance Teams in Fajardo

    Video by Andrea Booher

    Disaster Medical Assistance Teams support HIMA-San Pablo hospital in Fajardo after Hurricane Maria.

  • <p>San Juan, PR, October 13, 2017 - Bucket trucks arrived from the U.S. Mainland to help Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority reestablish the electrical distribution circuits. Photo: Eliud Echevarria / FEMA</p>

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    B-Roll of Bucket Trucks arriving to Help Reestablish Power in Puerto Rico

    Video by Eliud Echevarria

    San Juan, PR, October 13, 2017 - Bucket trucks arrived from the U.S. Mainland to help Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority reestablish the electrical distribution circuits. Photo: Eliud Echevarria / FEMA

     

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  • <p>San Juan, PR, October 13, 2017 -&nbsp;Additional bucket trucks arrived from the U.S. Mainland to help Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority reestablish the electrical distribution circuits. Photo: Eliud Echevarria / FEMA</p>

    Bucket Trucks to Help Reestablish Power in Puerto Rico

    Photo by Eliud Echevarria

    San Juan, PR, October 13, 2017 - Additional bucket trucks arrived from the U.S. Mainland to help Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority reestablish the electrical distribution circuits. Photo: Eliud Echevarria / FEMA

  • <p>Utuado, PR, October 1, 2017 - U.S. Army SFC Antonio Santini hands out water to local Puertorrican children of Utuado, Puerto Rico. Photo by: Pfc. Natalee Ebanks</p>

    U.S. Army reserves hand out water to survivors

    Photo by Ian Holtzman

    Utuado, PR, October 1, 2017 - U.S. Army SFC Antonio Santini hands out water to local Puertorrican children of Utuado, Puerto Rico. Photo by: Pfc. Natalee Ebanks

  • <p>Utuado, PR, October 1, 2017 - Boxes of FEMA meals were distributed to the communities in the mountainous region of Utuado. Photo by: Natalee Ebanks</p>

    FEMA meals delivered in Utuado

    Photo by Ian Holtzman

    Utuado, PR, October 1, 2017 - Boxes of FEMA meals were distributed to the communities in the mountainous region of Utuado. Photo by: Natalee Ebanks

  • <p>Utuado, PR, October 1, 2017 - An elderly woman being assessed by John Dobbins, a Red Cross Medic. As FEMA meals are being distributed to survivors in Utuado, Puerto Rico. Photo by: Natalee Ebanks</p>

    Survivor receives medical assistance in Utuado

    Photo by Ian Holtzman

    Utuado, PR, October 1, 2017 - An elderly woman being assessed by John Dobbins, a Red Cross Medic. As FEMA meals are being distributed to survivors in Utuado, Puerto Rico. Photo by: Natalee Ebanks

  • <p>Utuado, PR, October 1, 2017 - John Dobbins a Red Cross Medic assists survivors as they cross the surging Dos Bocas river. Photo by: Natalee Ebanks</p>

    Assisting survivors crossing Dos Bocas river

    Photo by Ian Holtzman

    Utuado, PR, October 1, 2017 - John Dobbins a Red Cross Medic assists survivors as they cross the surging Dos Bocas river. Photo by: Natalee Ebanks

  • <p>Utuado, PR, October 1, 2017 - John Dobbins a Red Cross medic, assesses a patient after being pulled from the Dos Bocas river. Photo by: Natalee Ebanks</p>

    Assisting survivors in Utuado

    Photo by Ian Holtzman

    Utuado, PR, October 1, 2017 - John Dobbins a Red Cross medic, assesses a patient after being pulled from the Dos Bocas river. Photo by: Natalee Ebanks

  • <p>Utuado, PR, October 4, 2017 - FEMA meals being loaded onto vehicles so that it can be distributed into the communities of Utuado.&nbsp; Photo by: Natalee Ebanks</p>

    FEMA meals delivered in Utuado

    Photo by Ian Holtzman

    Utuado, PR, October 4, 2017 - FEMA meals being loaded onto vehicles so that it can be distributed into the communities of Utuado.  Photo by: Natalee Ebanks

  • <p>Utuado, PR, October 4, 2017 - Southern California Incident Management Team help to load FEMA meals onto vehicles so that it can be distributed to communities in Utuado. of Photo by: Natalee Ebanks</p>

    Federal partners deliver water to Utuado

    Photo by Ian Holtzman

    Utuado, PR, October 4, 2017 - Southern California Incident Management Team help to load FEMA meals onto vehicles so that it can be distributed to communities in Utuado. of Photo by: Natalee Ebanks

  • <p>Utuado, PR, October 4, 2017 - U.S. Army reserves deliver FEMA meals to a survivor in Utuado. of Photo by: Natalee Ebanks</p>

    Survivor receives FEMA meal

    Photo by Ian Holtzman

    Utuado, PR, October 4, 2017 - U.S. Army reserves deliver FEMA meals to a survivor in Utuado. of Photo by: Natalee Ebanks

  • <p>Las Mar&iacute;as, PR, October 5, 2017 - AHB distributes FEMA meals and water to survivors in the municipality of Las Mar&iacute;as. Photo by: Natalee Ebanks</p>

    FEMA meals delivered to Las Marías

    Photo by Ian Holtzman

    Las Marías, PR, October 5, 2017 - AHB distributes FEMA meals and water to survivors in the municipality of Las Marías. Photo by: Natalee Ebanks

  • <p>Bayam&oacute;n, PR, October 14, 2017 -&nbsp;Disaster Survivor Assistance (DSA)&nbsp;staff and FEMA Corps team members went door to door at Calle Volc&aacute;n in&nbsp;Bayam&oacute;n to inform residents about how to&nbsp;apply for disaster assistance. Photo: Eliud Echevarr&iacute;a / FEMA</p>

    Disaster Survivor Assistance in Bayamón

    Photo by Eliud Echevarria

    Bayamón, PR, October 14, 2017 - Disaster Survivor Assistance (DSA) staff and FEMA Corps team members went door to door at Calle Volcán in Bayamón to inform residents about how to apply for disaster assistance. Photo: Eliud Echevarría / FEMA

  • <p>Bayam&oacute;n, PR, October 14, 2017 - Disaster Survivor Assistance (DSA)&nbsp;staff and FEMA Corps team members went door to door at Calle Volc&aacute;n in&nbsp;Bayam&oacute;n to inform residents about how to&nbsp;apply for disaster assistance. Photo: Eliud Echevarr&iacute;a / FEMA</p>

    Handing out Information to Survivors

    Photo by Eliud Echevarria

    Bayamón, PR, October 14, 2017 - Disaster Survivor Assistance (DSA) staff and FEMA Corps team members went door to door at Calle Volcán in Bayamón to inform residents about how to apply for disaster assistance. Photo: Eliud Echevarría / FEMA

  • <p>Cidra, PR, October 14, 2017 - Disaster Survivor Assistance&nbsp;staff and Cidra municipality personnel have been receiving survivors at one of the town&#39;s recreational facilities in order to&nbsp;help&nbsp;them apply for disaster assistance. Photo: Eliud Echevarr&iacute;a / FEMA</p>

    Disaster Survivor Assistance in Cidra

    Photo by Eliud Echevarria

    Cidra, PR, October 14, 2017 - Disaster Survivor Assistance staff and Cidra municipality personnel have been receiving survivors at one of the town's recreational facilities in order to help them apply for disaster assistance. Photo: Eliud Echevarría / FEMA

  • <p>Cidra, PR, October 14, 2017 - Disaster Survivor Assistance (DSA) team members help Hurricane Maria survivors&nbsp;apply for disaster assistance in Cidra, Puerto Rico. Photo: Eliud Echevarr&iacute;a / FEMA</p>

    Disaster Survivor Assistance in Cidra

    Photo by Eliud Echevarria

    Cidra, PR, October 14, 2017 - Disaster Survivor Assistance (DSA) team members help Hurricane Maria survivors apply for disaster assistance in Cidra, Puerto Rico. Photo: Eliud Echevarría / FEMA

  • <p>The water supply out of Dorado&#39;s Santa Rosa well is being tested every four hours by Puerto Rican authorities and has beend tested and approved by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)</p>

    Dorado Water Supply

    Video by Paul McKellips

    The water supply out of Dorado's Santa Rosa well is being tested every four hours by Puerto Rican authorities and has beend tested and approved by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

  • <p>FEMA travels to the municipality of Florida and the La Charca sector.</p>

    Florida - La Charca Sector - Puerto Rico

    Video by Paul McKellips

    FEMA travels to the municipality of Florida and the La Charca sector.