Puerto Rico is facing a crisis that has left the island’s economy in chaos.
More than 30 million residents, many of them Americans, are without basic needs, and the United States has spent $1.8 billion on reconstruction efforts.
It has become a virtual ghost town, and as Hurricane Maria has hit, residents are in desperate need of food, water and medicine.
“We have no jobs,” said Nilda Gonzales, a 40-year-old construction worker.
Gonzales is one of the residents of Puerto Rico’s capital, San Juan, who was on a recent trip to Puerto Rico.
She had just returned from a job at a grocery store, where she worked at the checkout counter for $2.50 an hour.
But as Maria approached, Gonzales said she couldn’t find work and needed help.
She needed a car, she said, so she drove to a grocery, and after paying for the gas, she drove home.
But Gonzales has been unable to buy anything in Puerto Rica since Hurricane Maria hit.
Instead, she is spending her days driving to the island to collect supplies from a food bank.
“This is my life, and I can’t live without it,” she said.
Gonzalez said that she had never lived in the United Kingdom before Maria.
Then they gave me a car and I drove back. “
They gave me $4.50 to pay for my gas and food.
Then they gave me a car and I drove back.
So, I bought a car to go home.”
But Gonzale has been stranded in Puerto Rican territory for months, and she said she hasn’t had any money to buy food.
After being stranded, Gonzale’s family told her that they would need a car in order to get to the mainland.
But Gonzalez said she had to pay $1,500 to get her car and food back.
“I’m going to die,” she cried.
For her, the only way out of Puerto Rica is to travel to the United Sates.
Her family has been told by the U.S. Embassy that they will be able to get their car back within three days.
But Gonzales and her family have not received any confirmation that their car will be returned.
And so, she continues to drive.
“Every day I’m going crazy,” she added.
“You know, I want to die.
The United States is providing food, medical and other supplies to Puerto Rican residents in the wake of the hurricane.
On Monday, the Department of Homeland Security released a statement that said the U “has deployed personnel, including Coast Guard, Customs and Border Protection, and FEMA personnel, to assist in humanitarian assistance, including providing shelter and basic supplies.”
But that statement did not specify where the assistance would be.
In Puerto Rico, the U of S has not responded to requests for comment.
The U.N. Relief and Works Agency, which has been coordinating relief efforts in Puerto Ricans territory, has also not responded.
The United Kingdom has pledged to send food and other humanitarian supplies to the U to help Puerto Ricos in need.
“Our response has been swift and effective,” a U.K. Foreign Office spokesperson told Breitbart News in an email statement.
The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade said it had received reports of the death of a U-2 pilot who had fallen ill while attempting to land in Puerto Cruz on Sunday, and it was urgently providing medical and medical supplies to those affected.
“All U.KS government agencies are providing their full support and resources to those impacted,” the spokesperson said.
But the U-5 plane, which is operated by the British military, is not carrying medical supplies, and British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has not publicly commented on the matter.
A British newspaper reported last week that Johnson had been visiting Puerto Rico to meet with U.s. and British officials.
Johnson’s visit to Puerto Ricas territory comes as the U S. faces a major crisis.
A massive flood of natural disasters in Puerto Viejo, which was devastated by Hurricane Maria, left hundreds of thousands without water, electricity or shelter.