Severe Flooding From Hurricane Maria Hits Puerto Rico Town of Caguas
Hurricane Maria struck Puerto Rico early on Wednesday, September 20, making landfall in Yabucoa before moving north to San Juan.
With a maximum wind speed of 155 mph, the category 4 hurricane caused severe flooding, blocked roads due to felled trees and debris, and destroyed many homes.
These videos show severe flooding in Caguas in central Puerto Rico.
A Flash Flood Emergency was issued for the area Wednesday.
More flooding was seen in Guayama, which is on the south Puerto Rico.