"We're still, obviously, needing to do more". Only 25 of Puerto Rico's 67 hospitals have electricity.
The White House has asked Congress for $29 billion in hurricane relief for Puerto Rico, Texas and Florida. Three weeks after Hurricane Maria made landfall, drinking water has been restored to nearly 60 percent of the island, yet only to about 20 percent in some parts of the north, according to the governor.More news: GM Plans 20 New EVs on Path to 'All-Electric Future'
Martinez says he wants others to experience the same peace of mind he felt when he finally found out that his family was safe.
"They will determine a restoration plan and work with the vendors and industry to get these back online", said Pratt.
Today Puerto Rico's Governor sent a letter to Congressional leaders, saying the island needs more than $4 billion to fully recover.
With another hurricane, Nate, having hit the Gulf Coast early today - the fourth to make landfall in the USA this hurricane season - the FEMA chief told Raddatz that the emergency management agency is stretched thin.
"In regards to resources, of course we're strained", Long said.