'The struggle is real down here:' Many US Virgin Islanders still waiting for FEMA's help

Many U.S. Virgin Islanders still waiting for FEMA's help. (Circa)

ST. THOMAS, U.S. Virgin Islands (CIRCA) - When hurricanes Irma and Maria ripped through St. Thomas in September, Jahmaela Dawes and thousands of others lost their homes to the Category 5 storms. Two months later, 73 percent of residents lack electricity, cell service is still spotty, and traffic lights aren't functioning across much of the territory.

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