Three weeks after Hurricane Maria made landfall, only 16 percent of Puerto Rico’s residents have electricity, the Department of Defense said Wednesday.

But the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority said the number is more like 10 percent after an outage at one nuclear plant.

Power continues to be a No. 1 priority for Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rossello and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), the Pentagon said about the ongoing disaster relief efforts.

Source: Only 16 percent of Puerto Rico has power 3 weeks after Hurricane Maria – ABC News



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