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Containers of Hurricane Donations Found Rotting in Puerto Rico Parking Lot

NYTimes.com Friday, 10 August 2018 ()
Containers of Hurricane Donations Found Rotting in Puerto Rico Parking LotThe containers, collected from private donors by a group controlled by Puerto Rico’s first lady, are sitting in a state parking lot, crumbling and infested with rats.
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