He sleeps on a mattress in what already was the kitchen. Above the bed, clothes adhere from the rafters — like Spanish moss from trees. The attic in his old bedchamber angry to agenda and sags like a trampoline. A aperture opened up. Few places in the abode break dry. That’s because, three months afterwards Blow Maria, he still doesn’t accept a anatomic roof.
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Others ability accept accustomed up, or confused away, but Rodríguez, a 35-year-old with adolescent freckles and a ruler-straight hairline, lived in this abode as a child. Afterwards his ancestor anesthetized abroad a few years ago, he says, he confused aback in. This is home; he doesn’t appetite to leave.
So he’s extenuative up paychecks from his part-time accouterments abundance job to buy cinder blocks to rebuild. A brace dozen or so are accumulated in the yard. And he accustomed to install a tarp on his own. It doesn’t do much.
What’s brought me to Rodríguez’s abode in San Lorenzo, Puerto Rico, on December 16, is none of this. It’s a chicken allotment of cardboard nailed to the wall, abreast the advanced door.
The Appropriate of Entry Anatomy indicates Rodríguez has activated for a professionally installed tarp — or Dejected Roof — from the US Army Corps of Engineers. These chargeless roofs, which are meant to aftermost 30 days, may not complete like much. They can be aggregate in post-hurricane Puerto Rico if you’re ambidextrous with sun and rain central your house. Operation Dejected Roof is not the alone apartment affairs for Maria’s victims, but it is one of the capital means a actuality like Rodríguez can assure his accouterments and try to acknowledgment to some affinity of normalcy.
To qualify, a home charge accept beneath than 50% structural damage. Homes with metal or collapsed roofs, and those fabricated out of concrete, about are disqualified for the affairs because of the difficulties of installing tarps on those structures, according to the Army Corps.
Rodríguez’s abode was accustomed for a Dejected Roof, according to a government database CNN acquired through a Freedom of Advice Act request. He said he activated on October 25.
Yet, aback I visit, he’s still waiting.
That’s accurate for tens of bags of Puerto Ricans, the annal show.
When I ask Rodríguez about the chicken cardboard on the bank — the anticipation of a tarp — he brushes off delays, citation the crazy consequence of Maria. Others accept it worse, he says.
Then I appearance him a photo that, for him, changes everything.
In December, 20,000 tarp rolls sit abandoned in a government warehouse.
I took this angel on December 13 in Carolina, about 20 afar arctic of breadth Rodríguez lives. The photo shows a barn abounding with about 20,000 tarp rolls — anniversary apery at atomic one house, like his, afterwards a roof. There’s accession barn like this in Ponce, to the south. That one holds 40,000 tarps, according to Mike Feldmann, acting axle mission administrator for the Army Corps of Engineers, who gave me a bout of the Carolina warehouse.
More than 70,000 bodies like Rodríguez requested Dejected Roofs amidst the day Blow Maria hit and December 18, according to a CNN assay of Army Corps data.
Yet alone about one third — beneath than 25,000 — had accustomed them by that date, the assay shows.
The Army Corps’ own guidelines say homeowners “should apprehend assignment aural 14 canicule of the request.” However, afterward inquiries from CNN, bureau admiral accede the database acclimated to clue the assignment does not appearance how continued association accept been cat-and-mouse for tarps.
The Army Corps could attending at cardboard annal to actuate how continued applicants accept been put on hold, an bureau agent says. But the bureau beneath to say whether such an appraisal has been done. Dejected Roof installations, according to the spokesperson, are prioritized by breadth and added factors, not by the date a actuality activated for a tarp.
“God would cry over this injustice,” Rodríguez says.
“Our mission is to install acting roofs on all acceptable structures as bound as possible,” Patrick Loch, an bureau spokesman, says in an email. “Our antecedence is to aerate the amount of installations beyond the absolute island, and ensure anniversary accession meets the affairs affection standards. The cardinal of acting roofs actual to be installed, forth with their location, is the advice we use on a circadian base to drive beheading of the program.”
As for the allowance abounding of tarps?
“That barn abounding of roofs is affirmation that we’ve been able to afflicted at atomic one allotment of that challenge,” which was bringing tarps to the island, says Feldmann, the mission manager. Difficult alive altitude in Puerto Rico, including alarming structures, additionally accord to the slowdown, he says. “We’ve done aggregate we can to abode every claiming aback we accept apparent it and accomplished it. There’s consistently things that you can do bigger and as we apprentice about a new claiming we acquisition every befalling to accomplish it added efficient.”
It doesn’t assume that way to Rodríguez, who’s still cat-and-mouse for a roof.
“I’m speechless,” he says, attractive at the angel of the warehouse. “The Army is badly big, and there are abounding bodies with abounding talents who apperceive how to assignment in situations like this.
“God would cry over this injustice.”
• • • • •
In particular, I capital to apperceive whether bodies still were active afterwards shelter.
CNN followed the aisle of Blow Maria beyond Puerto Rico.
I already knew that tens of bags were cat-and-mouse for Dejected Roofs in Puerto Rico. And I knew that application issues at the Army Corps had slowed the accession of tarps. The Corps had told me as of December 6 that alone 26% of Dejected Roofs requested had been installed. I didn’t know, however, breadth the acting roofs were actuality installed or how continued bodies were waiting. In the void, I absitively to try to chase Blow Maria’s aisle beyond Puerto Rico. I capital to assay apartment altitude all-embracing — not aloof the Dejected Roof program.
Maria’s eye flew about 70 afar — through plantain fields and stegosaurus-ridged mountains, berth towns and delicate cities — in almost eight hours on September 20.
It would booty me about a anniversary in a busy minivan to chase the aforementioned route. I set out on December 14. I would hit bankrupt anchorage and downed bridges. I would see aliment actuality fabricated but additionally dozens of houses like Rodríguez’s that were shells of their above selves. I would accommodated a babyish built-in afterwards Maria and, later, the ancestors of a woman who died in the aftermath.
I activate in Yabucoa, on the southeast coast.
This is breadth Maria fabricated landfall at 6:15 a.m. with 155 mph winds.
Three months later, you don’t accept to chase adamantine for problems.
Puerto Rico is a US breadth home to 3.4 actor Americans.
On the shore, I acquisition a ancestors of bristles active in a home afterwards a roof.
They accept a dog alleged Snickers and two threadbare horses.
Loose tarps awning about bisected of the structure, but Luis Oscar Morales Martinez, 36, and his wife break alive all night aback it rains, he says, captivation broomsticks adjoin the dejected plastic; they are animal covering poles, aggravating to accumulate baptize from spilling into the distinct bedchamber breadth they all sleep. Added apartment are attainable to the sky entirely, abrogation rain and close sun to rot and bastardize the toys of their son and two daughters, ages 9, 10 and 15. The two youngest accept all but chock-full speaking because of the agony of the storm, their ancestor tells me. I ask one her name and she motions for my pen. “Jailyn,” she writes afterwards a word.
“It’s not easy,” her ancestor says, resigned.
A acquaintance tells me this adventure will not be easy, either.
“Right now,” he says, “people don’t accept hope.”
• • • • •
I drive from the bank into the mountains.
The autogenous of Puerto Rico about is the best damaged and atomic accessible. The valleys and river deltas abreast the bank abound into chapped abundance ridges. My aerial pop. I appear to a atom apparent “Carretera Cerrada.” Road Closed. Workers say to accumulate active anyway.
Carmen Torres lives with her sister beyond the artery from her decrepit home.
What remains, often, is a board skeleton.
In a basement lives José Ángel Gómez Ortiz, age 63. The additional adventure of the acreage was damaged in the storm, and now baptize pours bottomward through abandoned ablaze sockets.
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Black-colored casting grows on the walls.
Gómez tells me that afterwards active in these altitude he’s developed a abysmal chest ahem and a adventurous on his body. He shows me red splotches on his arms. “It itches,” he says.
In a bedroom, blimp animals are accumulated on a bed.
Are there accouchement active here?
No, he says, they confused to the continental United States with their mom, his daughter, afterwards the storm.
His brother and sister-in-law confused away, too, he says. Afterwards the storm, his brother was active in a academy bus because his adjacent home had been about destroyed, Gómez tells me, walking alfresco and pointing at the bus downhill. Its adenoids is demolished. The chicken vehicle’s hue is apparent adjoin the greens and browns of the surrounding hillside.
Do you appetite to move to the mainland?
“I’m not activity to leave what I accept actuality aloof to go about else.”
• • • • •
Farther inland, in Comerío, accession chicken paper.
This one on the home of Carmen Rivera.
That cardboard — which allows workers to install a Dejected Roof — has been there for two months, she says, far best than the two weeks the Army Corps guidelines suggest. It’s adamantine to say absolutely aback she requested the tarp because the Army Corps says its own database is capricious — and because her chicken anatomy was not abounding out completely.
Rubble is accumulated forth the almost 70-mile aisle Maria took beyond the island.
Other forms I saw on the drive were so achromatic by sun and rain they’d become illegible.
“Unfortunately, we accept begin that sometimes the chicken forms acquaint at a abode get wet, the ink bleeds and is eventually no best visible,” says Loch, the bureau spokesman. “It was recommended to association that they column in a arresting but able breadth and/or abode them in a bright artificial adhesive sleeve.”
I aboriginal met Rivera in October. She told me afresh that she’d burst her arm while aggravating to ambit baptize out of her active room. It was aqueous and dark, and baptize seemed to be everywhere in her home that night. Raindrops bouncing beyond the floor. A casting was on her larboard arm.
Her home is appropriate on the avenue the hurricane’s eye took beyond Puerto Rico.
When I see her again, on December 16, her roof is still damaged.
Relatives helped install a tarp over allotment of the property, but baptize all-overs beyond the attic and her arm is still in the cast. She’s beggared a purple, artificial cuff over her duke to try to accumulate the arm dry. Paperwork shows a doctor did anaplasty on December 12.
Carmen Rivera says she bankrupt her arm across-the-board baptize out of her active room.
“I’m in a lot of pain,” she says, clutching a sling.
She sobs inconsolably, shaking, her eyes bloodshot.
She looks up.
“Please don’t balloon me.”
• • • • •
I tag them in a few posts, and they alpha autograph back, accouterment stats on the Dejected Roof affairs and tweeting the cardinal — 1-888-ROOF-BLU — that bodies can alarm to assurance up for help.
I don’t accord the interactions abundant anticipation — until I acknowledgment to see Rivera.
I bifold aback because my aftermost chat with her apparitional me.
That morning, Rivera is continuing on the balustrade smoker a cigarette, watching the casual car attempt up the abrupt acclivity that leads to her neighborhood.
A professionally installed tarp sits on top of her home — a dejected roof.
Three months afterwards the storm, Manuel Morales still lives in an ad hoc apartment with his wife.
She says it was installed on December 17, the day afterwards my visit. Loch, the Army Corps spokesman, calls the timing of the accession a “fantastic coincidence.”
Rivera doesn’t buy it.
The publicity led them to come, afterwards weeks of waiting, she says.
“It’s so arresting that I had to adjournment so long. Because of their delay, I fell and bankrupt my arm.”
And that’s the affair about shelter: The adjournment absolutely matters.
• • • • •
Farther into the mountains, in Orocovis, I accommodated a ancestors that already has a Dejected Roof.
The tarp was installed about a ages ago, they say. Until then, however, they’d been active in a home breadth baptize dripped on them at night and casting inched up the walls.
Karla Zayas, a 23-year-old with big amber eyes, coiled beard at the temples and chaplet chaplet about her neck, was abundant aback the storm hit. She gave bearing to a marshmallow-cheeked son, Sebastian, on November 18, about two months afterwards Maria barreled through.
The morning I stop for an interview, the babyish is in the hospital with respiratory problems, according to medical records. It’s the newborn’s additional cruise to the hospital with those issues, his ancestors tells me. In all, they say, he has spent 10 canicule in the hospital. Karla’s father, Carmelo Zayas, says he was ailing for nine canicule with agnate problems. And a 4-year-old adolescent in the abode additionally was ailing for bristles canicule with respiratory issues, they say.
Medical annal do not accompaniment accurately whether the wet active altitude contributed to the illness. But Paula Schenck, who directs calm environments and bloom programs at the University of Connecticut, says wet and aged environments can affectation “very serious” bloom risks, including respiratory illnesses. Installing a tarp may not break the problems, she says in an email. Water-damaged abstracts may additionally charge to be replaced.
Baby and mom access while I’m talking with the blow of the group.
Karla Zayas says she feared for her son’s life.
“He’s a babyish — a actual babyish baby,” she says, “and I was abashed his arrangement was not activity to be able abundant to avert himself from altitude like this.”
The Dejected Roof is nice, says Carmelo Zayas, but it came far too late.
“I do anticipate we got ill because of the delays.”
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• • • • •
Others accept not survived the altitude Maria left.
Morales says he and Paula Guzmán — whose eyes are alveolate and who speaks alone in a buzz — could move aback into their home if alone they had a roof, or alike a tarp.
Carmen Torres’ alarm froze at 3:27 the afternoon Maria hit.
A chicken cardboard is tacked to the bank of the house, which is aloof bottomward the artery from the shelter. “They larboard me waiting,” Morales says. “These guys said they would appear in a anniversary or two. It’s been added than one ages aback (then). It seems like they forgot us.”
Morales shows me the home, bustling shutters to let out the fetor of mildew. A axle fan droops like a angled flower. Images of Mother Mary and Jesus axle blankly beyond the room.
I ask him breadth they’ll be in three added months, a year.
He seems clumsy to anticipate in those terms.
When they confused into the shelter, he says, he anticipation it would be for aloof a anniversary or two.
Now they’re alpha ages three.
He wants his ancestors to anticipate he’s fine. “But I’m not OK,” he tells me.
“There’s annihilation bigger than your own home.”
• • • • •
Federal Emergency Management Bureau offices. Guaynabo, Puerto Rico.
Two columnist admiral sit me bottomward beyond a advanced appointment table from Justo Hernandez, FEMA’s agent federal analogous administrator here.
I acquaint him some of what I’ve seen.
How is it attainable so abounding bodies don’t accept their needs met aback it comes to housing?
The island poses different challenges, Hernandez says.
Other hurricanes accept devastated genitalia of Puerto Rico, he says, but Maria hit all of it.
“This one impacted the accomplished island — completely,” he says. “When we’re alive with 3.4 actor people, we’re alive with every city heavily impacted. We’re alive with bounded utilities. We’re alive with the accident of the accomplished communications arrangement in the island and the basement was heavily impacted then. That complicates the accretion process.”
José Ángel Gómez Ortiz’s ancestors confused to the acreage United States because of the action of his home.
Hernandez provides a exact account of some means FEMA is helping.
The bureau has broadcast 169,000 tarps to municipalities beyond Puerto Rico for self-installation, he says on December 18. That’s in accession to the Army Corps’ Dejected Roof program. The cardinal of shelters, which are managed by the Puerto Rican Department of Housing, is bottomward considerably, to 39, with 551 bodies active in them, he says; others are actuality transitioned to bigger housing. FEMA can advice pay cabin bills for those displaced by the storm, including those who move to the acreage US. There’s alike a affairs that would pay to move bodies there. Aback we talk, no one has taken advantage of it, though, according to a FEMA spokesman.
They don’t appetite to leave, he says.
I’ve met bodies who do appetite to leave, but who say the action has been too difficult or cryptic to them — or that they were blind this FEMA affairs exists.
What about trailers?
FEMA trailers are accessories of blow acknowledgment in the United States.
Hurricane division allotment in six months, Hernandez says.
“We’re an island. Aback you accept 175 mph winds, that bivouac is not activity to survive.”
He additionally cites logistical and potentially cost-related problems with this anatomy of housing. Trailers can be apprenticed to states on the mainland, but “here you accept to put them on barges.”
Delivering acting trailers to Puerto Rico “is activity to be, aboriginal of all, inadequate,” he says. “It’s activity to be alarming for the families because I’m putting them in harm’s way. And so we absitively to afresh use added forms of abetment here.”
I still don’t get it, I acquaint him. I’m affair bodies who, three months later, are active afterwards roofs, or afterwards solid ones. It rains on them at night. How is this happening?
“You can acquisition the bodies that are active through that,” he tells me, apropos to alarming conditions, “but you can additionally acquisition bags and bags and bags of bodies that got their money, that got their abetment — they got their Dejected Roof in place. They’ve got their own tarps in place; (they) went afterwards the ambassador to ask for help; (they) alleged FEMA and maintained acquaintance with FEMA to get the systems that they provide.
“I mean, you can acquisition bags of cases like that.”
That’s true, but not for the majority of bodies who accept activated for Dejected Roofs. Our assay of federal abstracts would acquisition alone about one third of applicants had accustomed Dejected Roofs by December 18. Again, that’s about 25,000 installations out of added than 70,000 requests.
US Army Corps of Engineers contractors install acting tarps — or “Blue Roofs” — afterwards accustomed disasters.
Those numbers clue with advice provided to us by the Army Corps columnist office.
Hernandez says some albatross rests with storm victims.
“I can acquaint you the one affair that I acquaint every survivor,” he says. “‘What are you accomplishing to booty buying of your situation? What are you accomplishing to abetment us in acceptable you? Are you cat-and-mouse for actuality to appear to you? What is it that you’re proactively accomplishing for yourself?'”
Many bodies afterwards able shelter, he says, are squatters. “We still accept shelters open,” he says. “So there’s no acumen why they’re active in those conditions.”
I broadcast some of these comments to Carmelo Zayas, the man who was ailing and whose bairn grandson was ailing afterwards weeks of wet conditions.
He bristles at the advancement survivors are to blame.
“I confused Earth and heaven,” he says. “I’ve done aggregate attainable to get help.”
Still, he says, casting keeps growing on the walls.
“After I apple-pie it, it comes appropriate back,” he says. “And it’s spreading.”
• • • • •
Government warehouse. Carolina, Puerto Rico.
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Mike Feldmann, from the Army Corps, looks beyond that sea of 20,000 tarps and tells me that this is a assurance that aliment are actuality and assignment is accident in Puerto Rico.
The Dejected Roof affairs provides chargeless tarp accession for homes that are beneath than 50% damaged.
That application affair did not apathetic bottomward the assignment of distributing tarps, Hernandez says.
He says there are abundant tarps on the island to accommodated needs.
In the end, Venegas got a allotment of the contract, and assignment resumed full-tilt on December 13, says Loch, the Army Corps spokesman. But the Corps has estimated about 400 acting roofs per day went uninstalled during that nine-day aeon — so about 3,600 roofs in total. The Corps was installing about 500 Dejected Roofs per day in mid-December.
Tens of bags of Puerto Ricans are still cat-and-mouse for Dejected Roofs.
“Ideally, these roofs go up the day afterwards the storm hits, but as we accept said abounding times the akin of confusion here, the challenges to accepting cadre in a position to appraise houses, accolade affairs and get those workers up to acceleration in agreement of installing dejected roofs on different structures has been tremendous,” Loch says in an email.
“We abide to access the cardinal of roofs installed every day, and will abide to do so until every citizen acceptable for the acting axle has a Dejected Roof installed.”
The Corps’ contractors accept about 1,500 workers per day installing tarps, he says.
The project’s account is $200 million.
• • • • •
Meanwhile, tens of bags are cat-and-mouse for advice from the Army Corps and others.
There’s the retired roofer with a accurate disability. He’d like to fix his own roof but can’t because of his hip. While he waits for assistance, the mattress admiral has become so saturated with baptize that affecting it releases a basic flood. He sleeps in the active room. There’s no ability to run the oxygen apparatus he needs for caliginosity breath treatments.
Then there’s the ancestors in Barranquitas with a 5-year-old boy. His mother’s home was destroyed in the storm, and added ancestors associates were displaced. They appearance me the boy’s Christmas account for Santa: “I would like a motorcycle and article for construction.”
At a apartment in Manatí: George Rivera, 60, says he became so depressed afterwards the storm that he accustomed to drive his SUV off a bluff in his hometown. He’s accomplishing bigger now, he says, but his wife has blight and they plan to move to Alabama to be with family, aback they acquisition tickets.
Down the street, Luis Rodríguez Ortiz, 47, absorb his assignment canicule accession carrion from catchbasin tanks. Little by little, Puerto Rico will acknowledgment to its old self, he tells me. It won’t be fast, but you accept to accumulate alive at it. Meanwhile, there’s no bank on the aback of his house.
A chicken Appropriate of Entry anatomy may announce a actuality has activated for a Dejected Roof.
In Morovis, a mother and daughter, ages 87 and 58, beddy-bye in the aforementioned bed. They’ve taped a few photos to the plywood bank — black-and-white images of bigger times. The axle drips at night, they say. They’re amidst the bags cat-and-mouse for a Dejected Roof. Their acquaintance got one, but she tells me it was alone half-installed. The workers said they’d be back, she says, but that was two weeks afore my visit, and by afresh they hadn’t returned.
Not far from there, a woman lives with her sister because her home doesn’t accept rafters, abundant beneath a roof. Aback “I feel like I’m accident myself,” Carmen Torres says, she lies bottomward on a couch in the alone dry atom in her old home and sobs.
For some, it feels Maria never left, like the storm is still pummeling them day afterwards day.
Across the allowance from Torres, a alarm is stopped.
• • • • •
I alight from the mountains against the northwest bank breadth the eye of Blow Maria larboard this island on the afternoon of September 20. It’s a abode of extremes, like abundant of Puerto Rico. The mountains accord way to abundant valleys breadth beasts roam — and breadth pharmaceuticals are manufactured. Fast-food restaurants are open; some homes don’t accept walls.
In Hatillo, aloof afterwards sunset, I access at almost the atom on the map breadth Blow Maria larboard the acreage and coasted into the Atlantic Ocean. It’s adamantine to acquisition the bank at aboriginal amidst the burghal drape — accurate accurate homes with balanced driveways. It feels like San Diego. I ask directions, and a ancestors credibility me bottomward the artery and about a angle to the beach.
I appetite to see breadth the hurricane’s aisle ends.
I atom two headlamps scanning the shoreline.
It’s two fishermen. They’re aggravating to bolt aliment for their families.
I sit in the beach to watch.
The avenue Maria took starts in Yabucoa, shown, and ends abreast Hatillo, in the northwest.
I anticipate aback on the drive, abrupt to brainstorm these post-hurricane altitude abiding in such a boundless way in any US accompaniment — Florida to Hawaii. I anticipate about Sebastian, the babyish built-in afterwards the storm, and Pilar, who died in its aftermath; about Carmen with her burst arm, and Héctor extenuative money for cinder blocks. How abounding months will it booty him to apple-pie on his wages? Others accept absent jobs because of Maria and accept few affairs for regaining them. Puerto Rico was in banking chargeless abatement — the government in defalcation — afore the storm.
Now it’s anyone’s assumption what’s left.
Congress in October accustomed a $36.5 billion aid amalgamation for accustomed disasters, including Blow Maria. But critics say the acknowledgment has been too little too late.
“After a accustomed disaster, with about 90,000 homes absolutely destroyed, bodies are at their best vulnerable. It’s the obligation of all levels of government to act to assure them, and to ensure that lives can acknowledgment to some course quickly.”
The 3.4 actor Americans active in Puerto Rico accept little political recourse. The island is a United States commonwealth. It’s home to citizens who, clashing those on the mainland, cannot vote in accepted presidential elections and accept no voting adumbrative in Congress.
This is a breadth in limbo — neither accompaniment nor nation.
A abode that’s been fabricated to wait.
I break with the fishermen for an hour before, finally, a bite.
One of them runs to the shore, tugs on the board rod.
It’s a struggle, but he drops a angle — big as my shin — in the axle of the headlamp.
This is a ray-finned fish, he says. Too annoying to eat.
He throws it aback into the ocean.
I adjournment accession hour afore asking: How continued do you break out actuality fishing?
As continued as it takes, they say.
Sometimes, all night.
Postscript: As of January 1, 2018, 30,580 bodies had accustomed Dejected Roofs in Puerto Rico, according to the US Army Corps columnist office. Yet 45,125 applicants, including Héctor Rodríguez, abide to wait.
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Freelance announcer Cristian Arroyo contributed to this report.
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