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In this screen grab made from video on Wednesday, scientists return to land from Cayo Santiago, known as Monkey Island, in Puerto Rico, one of the worldís most important sites for research into how primates think, socialize and evolve Members of the U. Army 1st Special Forces Command deliver boxes of ready-to-eat meals and water up a makeshift ladder to people that were cut off after the bridge collapsed when Hurricane Maria swept through the island in Utuado, Puerto Rico Carlos Pesquera hugs U. Army 1st Special Force Command SFC Charles Fernandez after receiving food and water for the first time in the wake of the devastation left across the island by Hurricane Maria on Thursday If it happens, it could ease power bills on an island that struggles with the second-costliest electricity in the United States, behind Hawaii, as well as infrastructure prone to failing in the region's frequent hurricanes.'We cannot waste the opportunity of this crisis and federal aid package,' said Ramon Luis Nieves, a Puerto Rican politician in the Popular Democratic Party, who headed the island's senate energy committee until his term expired in January.'We need to focus on not only getting the grid back up, but improving it so it can tolerate more renewable energy.'A set of bills introduced this week by US Democratic Senator Ron Wyden of Oregon would call on the Department of Energy to make the US electric grid hardier against natural disasters, and would offer grants for small scale, grid connected solar and other projects.
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The full of extent of the damage is still unclear as rescue teams have not been able to make communication with major parts of the island which were cut off by the storm.
Maria moved north after pummeling the island through Wednesday night- but flooding continued through Thursday afternoon, leaving many San Juan streets looking like small rivers.