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In Puerto Rico, These Volunteers Are Dropping Supplies By Parachute

It’s part of a trial run for a larger post-disaster delivery system powered by drones. Three weeks after Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico, aid workers are still struggling to deliver supplies like water and medicine–and if bad roads, fuel shortages, and downed power lines have made it difficult to get anywhere on the island, some remote areas are still completely inaccessible.
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