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>> With 95% of Puerto Rico still without power, two weeks after hurricane Maria, finding gasoline and diesel for generators has become a regular ordeal, with no guarantee of success.>> But some relief is on the way, Puerto Rico Governor, Ricardo Rosselló, reporting that 500,000 barrels of diesel and close to a million barrels of gasoline are due to arrive in upcoming days.
Reuters reporter, Hugh Bronstein.>> We're in the city of Quebradillas about an hour and a half away from capital city San Juan. We just made this gasoline run with trucker Jorge Ramos, who, when he gets into a town like this with precious gasoline, is instantly the most popular guy in town.
When we arrived, there was a line of about ten cars out there, there's now about seven times as many.>> Tankers like these carrying 10,000 gallons of fuel are often escorted by police cars to protect the precious cargo. Fuel scarcity has been one of the major headaches facing hurricane ravaged Puerto Rico which relies on gas shipped from the US Mainland.
On Monday, Governor Rosselló saying more than 720 of the island's, 1,100 gas stations, are now up and running.