Law offices in Puerto Rico are operating on generators and dealing with damage from torrential rains in the aftermath of Hurricane Fiona, which ravaged the island earlier this week.

On Sunday, the hurricane hit the island’s south side with 100-mph winds, flooding homes and leaving millions of residents without power or safe drinking water. So far, Fiona, now a Category 4 storm, has killed five people. 

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