This program is about 1 hour long
(San Juan, Puerto Rico: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.
(San Juan: Sanjay Gupta) The status of relief operations to help the medical sector & why things are slow featured; scenes shown the HHS tents, volunteer doctors from Direct Relief seeking supplies, a clinic needing medications.
(San Juan, Puerto Rico: Anderson Cooper, Sanjay Gupta) The lack of coordination in getting medical supplies to the clinics & hospitals, the communication problems, lack of medication, the shortages of power discussed. [Retired Gen. Russel HONORE - says we need more capacity for each hospital: more troops on the ground; outlines recommendations: open Walmart drug stores, AT&T cell towers for coordination, get industry working, the evacuation of vulnerable populations.]
(Loiza, Puerto Rico: Anderson Cooper) The long, slow lines at the gas station in Loiza, Puerto Rico, featured; scenes shown of the people in line for hours with cars or just gas cans. [Residents Gisel TORRES†, Francis FELTON†, Mayor Luis ESCOBAR- comment on looking for gas, food.]
(San Juan, Puerto Rico: Anderson Cooper, Ivan Watson) The importance of gas for the economic cycle while there is no communication on the island discussed.
(Florida: Ivan Watson) The situation in the town of Florida where there is fish in the street, the cleanup by residents with FEMA just arriving nine days after the storm featured. [Resident Norma BRUNO†- comments on what is lacking.] [FEMA's Caroline CUDDY†- promises to help.]
(San Juan, Puerto Rico: Anderson Cooper, Ivan Watson) How the roads between San Juan & Florida have been opened, a satellite phone for the mayor from the FEMA assessment team, how the cleanup is from Puerto Ricans themselves discussed.