EN_01538846_0024

EN_01538846_0024
Laritza Rolón Echevarría, left, and her grandmother Ana Rosa Caraballo lay out portraits of the family to dry after Hurricane Fiona dumped rain on Toa Baja, Puerto Rico, on Sept. 20, 2022. Neighbors, who learned from Hurricane Maria not to wait for official help, are moving ruined appliances and, with brooms and shovels, wiping away the mud that coats their homes after Hurricane Fiona tore across the island this week. (Erika P. Rodriguez/The New York Times)
Minimum price 100USD
2022-09-20
ERIKA P. RODRIGUEZ/The New York Times Agency/East News
The New York Times Agency
ERIKA P. RODRIGUEZ
15741881
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19cm x 12cm przy 300dpi
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