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people ride a horse passed a destroyed building Where Americans feel like second-class citizens These are external links and will open in a new window For nearly 3.5 million people on Puerto Rico, there is a new way of life to get used to. Without electricity, the day now starts closer to sunrise and comes to a halt once it gets dark. Communications are near impossible; there is little sense of what is happening in the outside world without TV or the internet. Credit card machines don't work and cash dispensers do no dispensing. In the tropical heat and humidity, the air conditioners no longer hum. The current projection is that a quarter of Puerto Rico might have its electricity supply back by December. It is truly extraordinary that this is happening in a territory belonging to the most powerful economy in the world. The island may not be a "state" of the USA, but Puerto Ricans are natural-born American citizens. They can travel back and forth to the US mainland as they please and everyone I met in Puerto Rico had connections with the continental USA. Image caption It may be December before Puerto Ricans have electricity again Lesley Quinones, 33, whom we found after her home in the town of Loiza was destroyed, had spent years living in Syracuse in New York state until her mother asked her to come back to Puerto Rico so the two could be closer.

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