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Puerto Ricans emerged to deal with catastrophic flooding and devastation after Hurricane Fiona left the tropical island on its knees once again as the death toll rises to two.

Horrific photos showed the island sinking into the muddy water as levels rise above the homes and cars. Residents were seen attempting to pick up the pieces and revive their homes after the worst of the storm passed into the Dominican Republic on Monday.

Puerto Ricans are still left without power as the storm moves away from the island with the death toll rising.

‘We are confirming these at this time because the institute of forensic sciences has a job to do,’ Gov. Pedro Pierluisi said, according to CNN. ‘Whatever death, whatever it is related directly or indirectly to this event, will be reported.’

One deceased person was identified as 72-year-old Isidro Quiñones. He was hit by a falling tree, according to local reports. There have been no missing person reports.

Puerto Rico will continue to experience heavy rainfall and some life-threatening flooding as the storm begins to subside. More than 1,000 people have been rescued from flood waters on the island.

‘The damages that we are seeing are catastrophic,’ said Pierluisi. ‘What we don’t want is loss of life.’

Meanwhile, the Dominican Republic will be battered with ‘extremely heavy rainfall’ today, in addition to winds as high as 90 mph, according to Eric Blake of the U.S. National Hurricane Center. Hurricane warnings are in effect for most of the eastern part of the DR.

President Joe Biden issued a message Monday to Puerto Rico: ‘We stand with you and we will get through this together.’ The president previously approved an emergency declaration in PR on Sunday.

About 90% of Puerto Rico (1.3 million people) remains without power currently, though 75% of the country’s cellular infrastructure is operational and hospitals in San Juan’s medical complex have power and patients are safe, according to a statement from the country’s Health Secretary.

Most of the island will likely not have power back for several days, according to authorities. The ports are closed and flights out of the main airport have been canceled. Public schools and government agencies were also closed Monday.

Nearly five years ago, Hurricane Maria devastated the same communities in Puerto Rico.  Puerto Ricans emerged to deal with catastrophic flooding and devastation after Hurricane Fiona left the tropical island on it's knees once again

Puerto Ricans emerged to deal with catastrophic flooding and devastation after Hurricane Fiona left the tropical island on it’s knees once againHorrific aerial footage showed the island many inches under water after the hurricane swept through the area

Horrific aerial footage showed the island many inches under water after the hurricane swept through the areaMany homes are left devastated after flooding consumed a majority of the island

Many homes are left devastated after flooding consumed a majority of the islandThe death toll has raised to two as of Monday evening. No missing persons have been reported+35

The death toll has raised to two as of Monday evening. No missing persons have been reportedHurricane Fiona causes flooding across Salinas, Puerto Rico

Employees remove water from a hardware store after Hurricane Fiona passed through Puerto RicoSome people made their way through the flooded streets of the Island on Monday+35

Some people made their way through the flooded streets of the Island on Monday National Guards were seen rescuing a woman stranded in her house. Some residents were moved through the help of bulldozers+35

National Guards were seen rescuing a woman stranded in her house. Some residents were moved through the help of bulldozersA National Guard member was seen walking through the streets searching for survivors in need. The water was up to his knees

A National Guard member was seen walking through the streets searching for survivors in need. The water was up to his kneesThe National Guard flocked to the streets to help those in need as the hurricane passed

The National Guard flocked to the streets to help those in need as the hurricane passedPeople were seen wandering in the streets after the hurricane passed on September 19

People were seen wandering in the streets after the hurricane passed on September 19 Residents rested in a shelter after the hurricane passed

Residents rested in a shelter after the hurricane passed Residents affected by Hurricane Fiona rest at a storm shelter in Salinas, Puerto Rico, Monday, Sept. 19, 2022

Residents affected by Hurricane Fiona rest at a storm shelter in Salinas, Puerto Rico, Monday, Sept. 19, 2022A parking area is seen flooded outside the Roberto Clemente Stadium after the passage of hurricane Fiona in Salinas, Puerto Rico, on September 19, 2022.

A parking area is seen flooded outside the Roberto Clemente Stadium after the passage of hurricane Fiona in Salinas, Puerto Rico, on September 19, 2022.Children played in a flooded street in the aftermath of Hurricane Fiona in Salinas, Puerto Rico September 19, 2022

Children played in a flooded street in the aftermath of Hurricane Fiona in Salinas, Puerto Rico September 19, 2022Palm trees were hit by heavy wind and rain after Hurricane Fiona made landfall, in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic, September 19, 2022

A map representing the winds speeds of Hurricane Fiona. The eye of the storm, which hit both Puerto Rico and Dominican Republican contained winds with top speeds of more than 90 mph
Ventusky Privacy PolicyHurricane Fiona causes flooding in Comerio, Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico’s power grid remains extremely fragile after Hurricane Maria, which plunged the island into darkness nearly five years ago. That category 5 storm killed close to 3,000 people and left 1.5 million people without power. New York, New Jersey and California have dispatched first responders to Puerto Rico to aide with the initial post-storm care effort.

‘These rains will continue to produce life-threatening and catastrophic flooding along with mudslides and landslides across Puerto Rico,’ said the National Hurricane Center on Monday. 

Fiona, currently a category 1 storm, made landfall in the Dominican Republic at 3.30am and is expected to weaken considerably as it makes its way through Hispaniola, the island split between the DR and Haiti.

No immediate reports of injuries have emerged from DR, but the storm brought down a number of power lines and billboards in the towns of Punta Cana, La Romana and El Seibo. About 800 people have been evacuated from high risk areas near rivers on the eastern part of the island.

The eastern part of DR is expecting as much as 15 inches of rain. Puerto Rico got nearly 30. Citizens in both places have largely been urged to remain in their homes, or if they are flooding, to seek higher ground.

Of now, Turks and Caicos is under a hurricane warning and the Bahamas could experience tropical storm conditions as soon as Tuesday, but the storm is, for now, projected to steer clear of Florida.

In the United States, the National Weather Service is warning anyone visiting the East Coast to be aware of potentially dangerous tide conditions caused by Fiona.

‘If you plan on visiting the beaches then pay attention to flags and follow the guidance of lifeguards and other local beach officials,’ said NWS in a tweet. 

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is predicting an above-average hurricane season.

Fiona wrought 'catastrophic' damage to Puerto Rico Sunday, which continues to experience heavy rainfall on Monday. A home is submerged in floodwaters caused by Hurricane Fiona in Cayey, Puerto Rico

Fiona wrought ‘catastrophic’ damage to Puerto Rico Sunday, which continues to experience heavy rainfall on Monday. A home is submerged in floodwaters caused by Hurricane Fiona in Cayey, Puerto RicoA woman waded through a flooded street in Nagua, Dominican Republic, on September 19, 2022, after the passage of Hurricane Fiona

A woman waded through a flooded street in Nagua, Dominican Republic, on September 19, 2022, after the passage of Hurricane FionaTwo women retrieve scattered items from around their damaged home in the low-income neighborhood of Kosovo in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic

Two women retrieve scattered items from around their damaged home in the low-income neighborhood of Kosovo in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic+35

A man used a walker on the beach as he braced for Hurricane Fiona to make landfall in Dominican Republic on September 18, 2022Two young men walk with difficulty due to strong winds during the passage of Hurricane Fiona, in Nagua, Dominican Republic, 19 September 2022

Two young men walk with difficulty due to strong winds during the passage of Hurricane Fiona, in Nagua, Dominican Republic, 19 September 2022A man waded through a flooded street in Nagua, Dominican Republic, on September 19, 2022

A man waded through a flooded street in Nagua, Dominican Republic, on September 19, 2022A man in Wheelchair looks at a flooded road after the passage of hurricane Fiona in Salinas, Puerto Rico, on September 19, 2022+35

A man in Wheelchair looks at a flooded road after the passage of hurricane Fiona in Salinas, Puerto Rico, on September 19, 2022It's no day for the beach on Sunday as storm clouds drew ever-nearer and the winds began to whip up the waves+35

Hundreds of Palm Trees bend in the wind as the island experienced winds of up to 90 mph+35

Beach-goers caught the beginning of aggressive hurricane winds that whipped the island, causing significant damage A man walked on a road flooded by Hurricane Fiona in Cayey, Puerto Rico, Sunday, Sept. 18, 2022

A man walked on a road flooded by Hurricane Fiona in Cayey, Puerto Rico, Sunday, Sept. 18, 2022

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While residents are beginning to clean up as of Monday, Puerto Ricans have an immense amount of damage to clean up.

On Sunday, roads were turned into raging torrents while even newly constructed bridges following Hurricane Maria in 2017 were washed away. 

The storm also washed away a bridge in the central mountain town of Utuado that police say was installed by the National Guard after Hurricane Maria hit in 2017. 

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