(Photos: Coalition member Kim Comer with a police escort, getting supplies to people high up in the mountains of Puerto Rico)
The water crisis in Puerto Rico is rapidly becoming a problem, most of the world was clued into this fact earlier this week when the mayor of San Juan posted this tweet:
— Carmen Yulín Cruz (@CarmenYulinCruz) October 8, 2017
It actually is that bad too. https://t.co/MbV3NRLp5p
— Danny McGlashing (@DannyMcGlashing) October 8, 2017
This past week and a half we’ve had a team going town to town across Puerto Rico, gathering intel, assessing the needs of each town and working with local faith based groups and pilots to get aid those most affected by hurricane Maria. Our team has a pretty simple message: If you want to get things done in Puerto Rico right now, you have to bypass FEMA, fly relief cargo into smaller airports away from San Juan, and link in with local faith based groups who can help with the distribution of these supplies.
More to come –