Hurricane Fiona was a serious category 1 hurricane that brought winds reaching over 100 miles per hour and over 30 inches of rain that caused severe floods, mudslides and washed-out roads and bridges across Puerto Rico – resulting in more than $4 billion in damage to critical electric infrastructure. Below find an interactive map detailing the locations and examples of the damage to the island’s distribution system that LUMA and our partners are working to repair.
This map represents an initial and partial damage assessment of the LUMA T&D system after Hurricane Fiona. All data presented is preliminary and subject to review and confirmation. Not all damage caused by Hurricane Fiona has been captured. Map is subject to revision and updates.