As Hurricane Maria bears down on Puerto Rico, the island's 3.4 million residents are now entirely without power. Catastrophic winds raging at 155 miles per hour are ripping off roofs, destroying walls and there is extreme flooding. Although Hurricane Maria was downgraded from a category 4 to a category 3 storm after it made landfall, the destruction is still incomprehensible and there's more to come. Keep your eyes on Twitter (TWTR) to stay updated on the latest. 

If you'd like to donate to the victims, check out Charity Navigator for Hurricane Maria to see which valid charities are accepting donations so your money goes to the right people. 

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