Some in Puerto Rico are beginning to fear the ground will never stop shaking. The island has been pummeled by hundreds of earthquakes in recent weeks, including Saturday's 5.9 magnitude temblor , where there were reports of landslides in the town of Peñuelas along the southern coast, rattling residents already on edge from last Tuesday's massive 6.4 magnitude quake . That was the largest to strike the island in more than a century causing hundreds of structures to crumble, forcing thousands from their homes and leaving millions without power. One person was killed and several others injured. Utility says 99% of customers have electricity Puerto Rico's public utility, PREPA, tweeted some welcome news Monday: that nearly all of the homes and businesses...
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After Quakes, Puerto Rico's Electricity Is Back On For Most, But Uncertainty Remains