Here’s what residents woke up to after Hurricane Maria devastated the island.

This Is What Puerto Rico Looks Like After Hurricane Maria was originally published on globalgrind.com

1. Fajardo, PR: A woman pulls a trash can past a destroyed home.

Fajardo, PR: A woman pulls a trash can past a destroyed home.

2. Fajardo, PR: A coin weighing scale lies between debris from a destroyed bar.

Fajardo, PR: A coin weighing scale lies between debris from a destroyed bar.

3. San Juan, PR: Residents walk past damaged homes following Hurricane Maria.

San Juan, PR: Residents walk past damaged homes following Hurricane Maria.

4. San Juan, PR: A thick tree completely raised from the ground.

San Juan, PR: A thick tree completely raised from the ground.

5. San Juan, PR: Cars cross flooded waters on a bridge.

San Juan, PR: Cars cross flooded waters on a bridge.

6. Fajardo, PR: A damaged sail boat washed ashore following Hurricane Maria.

Fajardo, PR: A damaged sail boat washed ashore following Hurricane Maria.

7. San Juan, PR: Residents begin the recovery process after Hurricane Maria damaged their homes.

San Juan, PR: Residents begin the recovery process after Hurricane Maria damaged their homes.

8. San Juan, PR: A neighborhood flooded and devastated by the storm.

San Juan, PR: A neighborhood flooded and devastated by the storm.

9. Luquillo, PR: Concrete power line poles lie on a highway.

Luquillo, PR: Concrete power line poles lie on a highway.

10. San Juan, PR: Flooded streets devastate the island.

San Juan, PR: Flooded streets devastate the island.
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