A photo that showed hundreds of thousands of water bottles meant to reach victims of Hurricane Maria that are sitting at an airport in Puerto Rico was shared widely on social media Tuesday evening.
The photo shows the bottles in boxes and covered with a blue tarp sitting on a runway in Ceiba. The bottles were part of relief efforts provided by the US Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) after the devastating hurricane barreled through the U.S. territory when they were turned over to the central government last year, according to the CBS News correspondent David Begnaud.
“Although you don’t believe it… almost a million boxes of water that were never delivered to the villages,” posted Abdiel Santana, a photographer working for a Puerto Rican state police agency who took the pictures. “Is there anyone who can explain this?”
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