Biden vows US won’t walk away from storm-struck Puerto Rico

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Biden vows US won’t walk away from storm-struck Puerto Rico

Published Thursday 22 September 2022

CAGUAS, Puerto Rico (AP) — Bermuda and Canada’s Atlantic provinces were preparing for a blast from Hurricane Fiona even as authorities struggled Thursday to open roads for people left stranded and without power by the storm’s devastating blow to Puerto Rico. The storm was expected to still be at Category 4 force when it passes close to Bermuda overnight — and still dangerously potent when it reaches Canada’s Atlantic provinces, likely late Friday, as an extratropical cyclone. “It’s going to be a very large storm when it does make landfall,” said Bob Robichaud, warning preparedness meteorologist for the Canadian Hurricane Centre. “This is going to cover a fairly large area.” Canadian officials said they were preparing for the possibility of flooding, washouts, storm surges and power outages.

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