Barrio Patron resident Karina Santiago Gonzalez works on a small power plant in Morovis, Puerto Rico, on Thursday. More than three months have passed since Hurricane Maria. Neighbors start blowing out candles and turning off generators as they go to bed around 9 p.m., having nothing else to do in the dark except sleep (AP Photo/Carlos Giusti)

Barrio Patron resident Karina Santiago Gonzalez works on a small power plant in Morovis, Puerto Rico, on Thursday. More than three months have passed since Hurricane Maria. Neighbors start blowing out candles and turning off generators as they go to bed around 9 p.m., having nothing else to do in the dark except sleep (AP Photo/Carlos Giusti)

Dark, desperate life without power in Puerto Rico

Local engineers estimated roughly 50 percent of the island’s 3.3 million people are still without power.

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