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Puerto Rico flooding after Hurricane Maria. A vehicle drives through streets filled with floodwater near destroyed homes from Hurricane Maria in this aerial photograph taken above Barrio Obrero in San Juan, Puerto Rico, on Monday, Sept. 25, 2017. (Photo: Alex Wroblewski/Bloomberg)

(Bloomberg) – Nearly 3,000 Puerto Ricans died due to Hurricane Maria, according to a George Washington University report commissioned by Governor Ricardo Rossello that’s the latest to assert that the island government’s initial tally severely underestimated the storm’s death toll.

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