Typhoon Fiona released more downpour on Puerto Rico on Monday, a day after the tempest took out power and water to the vast majority of the island.
The blow from Fiona was made more obliterating in light of the fact that Puerto Rico still can't seem to recuperate from Typhoon Maria
The tempest took asphalt from streets, removed rooftops and sent deluges filling homes. It likewise took out a scaffold and overflowed two air terminals.
Specialists revealed two passings from the typhoon — a Puerto Rican man who was cleared away by an overwhelmed waterway.
The tempest was as yet expected to dump up to 15 inches (38 centimeters) of downpour in certain spots as it turned away from the U.S. region.
It was on a way to pass near the Turks and Caicos islands on Tuesday and was not supposed to compromise the U.S. central area.