Dozens Of Boston Police Deploy To Puerto Rico

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The hospital is hosting a community relief drive until 2 p.m. Sunday at Calvary Orlando Church. "We're grateful for his leadership, for his faith in the efforts that we are doing and of course his continued support for the people of Puerto Rico", he said. The officers will assist local police by helping to enforce a curfew and perform other security measures.

Volunteers can be heard cheering and clapping as the supplies come in.

Scientology Volunteer Ministers teamed up with Representative Jorge Navarro Suárez to deliver food and water to his constituents.

Governor Christie said. "Their experience should prove invaluable to Puerto Rico and we wish them well on their mission".

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Scientology Volunteer Ministers from Florida and across the USA are arriving on the island to join local Scientologists in helping the island cope and pull through this bad disaster.

How are people going to get medicine?

Save the Children has reported that there are "children's spaces" being constructed inside of shelters that will give children a sense of normalcy while they wait to return to school.

"What better way to channel that energy than to do something for Puerto Rico", said Medina.

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"We have 12,300 DoD personnel here in Puerto Rico, more than 600 FEMA and more than 2,000 EMACs from 25 states in Puerto Rico serving through the emergency", he said, adding that the hospital ship USNS Comfort is serving around Puerto Rico with a capacity of about 1,000 patients.

The donations are coming in from all over, including a large van packed with supplies from the Seminole County Sheriff's Office.

After 17 days, over 85 percent of Puerto Ricans still have no electricity and drinking water is hard to find.

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