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Power is slowly returning to customers in Puerto Rico following the impact of Category 3 Hurricane Fiona, though a majority of the island's population is without drinking water. NBC News' Gabe Gutierrez outlines the number of those without power and water and how the damage Fiona caused compares with Hurricane Maria which struck the country five years ago.