Sunday saw the landfall of Hurricane Fiona in the southwest of Puerto Rico, just after the whole island lost power due to the storm's battering,
which came nearly five years to the day after the U.S. territory was devastated by the catastrophic Hurricane Maria.
The National Hurricane Center said that Fiona, a Category 1 storm, made landfall in Puerto Rico around 3:20 p.m. EDT and brought 85 mph maximum sustained winds.
Forecasters predict that the system will cause unprecedented rainfall of up to 30 inches, severe floods, and hazardous mudslides.
Police claim that the National Guard erected a bridge in the central mountain village of Utuado when Hurricane Maria struck on September 20, 2017, but the storm swept it away.
Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., denounced a two-tiered judicial system on "Sunday Night in America"