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Volunteers collect aid for hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico

The island was left without power since Maria made landfall on Wednesday. The airport has reopened and aid is beginning to flow.
23 Sep 2017 – 05:59 PM EDT
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Cuban-American Albert Gomez is one of the organizers in Miami with Third Wave Volunteers, a disaster response group, together with the non-profit, Reach Out America. Volunteers sorted aid supplies at a produciton facility, Mana Wynwood, in Miami's Wynwood arts district. Photo by Ines Lozano.
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Natalia Miranda and Valeria Couto are "Activated for Puerto Rico." Photo by Ines Lozano.
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The scene at Mana Wynwood, a warehouse in Miami's Wynwood district, known as Little San Juan. Bottled water, diapers, batteries, flashlights, baby food, canned food, toileteries etc. Photo by Ines Lozano.
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Manuel Soltero, 16, and Jacky Rivera, 47.
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Mandy Diaz and Alexandra Valentin from Puerto Rico joined the MIami volunteers. Photo by Ines Lozano.
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Supplies include bottled water. Due to the lack of power Puerto Rico is curently without running water. Photo by Ines Lozano.
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Wilfredo Pabon, a Nuyorican with donations on a truck from Unitedcontainers.com storage company. Ines Lozano
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Nicole Fiol, 36, spent the day volunteering with her baby, Daniella. Her family live in Hacienda Real, Carolina in northeast Puerto Rico. She hadn't anything from them until Friday night. Impressed by the show of solidarity, she said: "In the midst of adversity we have witnessed how we can all come together as one family and help eachother get back up."
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Aid donations being loaded at Mana Wynwood in Miami. Photo by Ines Lozano.
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Efrain Garcia, a Cuban American who grew up in Puerto Rico. Photo by Ines Lozano.
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Veronica Beyhaut, a volunteer from a local school in Miami's Wynwood district.
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