'We pray for dawn': Trump's words ring hollow in Puerto Rico's devastated interior

92% of people still have no electricity after Hurricane Maria hit two weeks ago, and many are trapped by debris and facing a lack of food and water

The nights are pitch black and empty.

Alone in a valley, surrounded by a forest whose trees were stripped bare by wind, Edgardo Alvarado and Annette Grau sleep on the ground floor of their farmhouse, often going to bed thirsty and hungry.

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