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>> A few chairs, a desk, and some paperwork are turning this auto repair shop into a make-shift police station in Puerto Rico. The officers making do after Hurricane Maria destroyed their head quarters in the city of Caguas, leaving a pile of rubble and chunks of the collapsed roof.
It's one of the hundreds of critical structures being evaluated by the US Army Corps of Engineers working with FEMA and local authorities. Reuters correspondent Hugh Bornstein took a tour of the damaged police station.>> The Army Corps of Engineers is focusing on life-saving and life-sustaining facilities, such as hospitals and fire stations and police stations.
But they've got a huge task ahead of them, because most of the structures that we've seen are not gonna be able to be restored. They're gonna have to be torn down and rebuilt.>> Like the police station, which engineers say will have to be leveled before it can be rebuilt.
There's no shortage of damaged buildings for the team to assess, as they've been doing for the past ten days. US President, Donald Trump hailing the effort, tweeting Sunday outside of the Fake News or politically motivated ingrates. People are now starting to recognize the amazing work that has been done by FEMA and our great Military.
All buildings now inspected for safety. But Governor Ricardo Rossello questioned if all buildings had really been inspected, saying there are still areas officials haven't reached. Trump scheduled to visit the island on Tuesday, where 3.4 million inhabitants are still largely without power.