Coast Guard, partners deliver relief supplies in Puerto Rico

Coast Guard Investigative Service Agents, Coast Guard Law Enforcement teams, Federal Emergency Management Agency crews, Red Cross crews, Puerto Rico Emergency Management Agency crews and Puerto Rico police officers distribute 3,000 meals and 4,500 liters of water Sept. 26, 2017, in Humacoa, Puerto Rico. The Coast Guard continues to work with FEMA, the Red Cross and other federal and local partners to distribute relief across Puerto Rico. (Coast Guard photo)

Coast Guard and partner agencies distribute 3,000 meals and 4,500 liters of water Sept. 26, 2017, in Humacoa, Puerto Rico.  (Coast Guard photo)

MIAMI — Coast Guard Investigative Service agents, Coast Guard law enforcement teams, Federal Emergency Management Agency crews, Red Cross crews, Puerto Rico Emergency Management Agency crews and Puerto Rico police officers delivered 3,000 meals and 4,500 liters of water Wednesday to the emergency operations center in Humacoa, Puerto Rico.

“I am proud to have been able to help with the delivery of these critical supplies and assist with relief efforts to help this beautiful island and the city of Humacoa, my hometown, recover from Hurricane Maria,” said Miguel Rivera, CGIS resident agent in charge for Puerto Rico.

The Coast Guard continues to work with FEMA, the Red Cross and other federal and local partners to distribute relief across Puerto Rico.

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