‘Like a dystopian novel’: Puerto Rico still mourns, five years after María

For many Puerto Ricans, “time stood still” after the deadly storm, which was followed by a series of other misfortunes.

This is a collage of belongings family members of people who died in the wake of Hurricane María have kept close. Five years after the storm battered Puerto Rico, many are still in mourning.

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