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In the coming days, as Hurricane Maria approaches Puerto Rico, the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) will open a special “emergency” landing point in Puerto Rico.
It is not known exactly when this new facility will open or where it will be located.
Puerto Rico has been grappling with the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, which was the third-strongest storm to hit the island in 25 years.
The US territory of Puerto Rico was already dealing with a series of devastating hurricanes before Maria, but the storm has been particularly devastating for the island.
The first two hurricanes hit on the mainland of the US, and the third was Category 4, which knocked out power and power lines and caused flooding.
Puertos has suffered a series in recent weeks of extreme weather.
During Hurricane Maria’s second season, the island experienced its worst floods in its history.
More than 10,000 people were forced from their homes in the island’s capital of San Juan, according to the local media.
On Tuesday, the local government announced that it would begin issuing emergency licenses to residents who need to leave.
The government also announced that residents would have to leave by Wednesday to continue their normal lives.
Pesquisa, the state governor, told local media that “no one will go to another country, even if they want to.”
The first order of business will be to start the construction of a new runway to enable the evacuation of the entire island, which is now under a mandatory evacuation order.
However, there is a long way to go.
As of Thursday morning, more than 3,300 people had been rescued in Puerto Rican territory, according the government.