Tens of thousands of water bottles destined for desperate Puerto Ricans after devastating back-to-back hurricanes slammed into the US island territory remain unopened on farmland almost two years later, emergency aid officials confirmed Monday.
Water meant for Puerto Rican hurricane victims dumped on farmland
A man surveys a house that was washed away by heavy surf during the passing of Hurricane Maria in Manati, Puerto Rico. (File photo: AFP)
AFP, San Juan
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