Traumatized Puerto Ricans see uncertain, insecure future
Clip: 01/12/2018 | 4m 51s
It’s been nearly four months since Puerto Rico was ravaged by Hurricane Maria, and the return to normalcy has been hindered by a painfully slow recovery. Jeffrey Brown talks to special correspondent Monica Villamizar for an update on how residents are coping amid rising crime rates, dwindling school enrollment and devastated infrastructure and natural resources.
Aired: 01/12/18Video has closed captioning.
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