Hurricane Maria 'killed 4,600 in Puerto Rico'

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Hurricane Maria killed 4,600 people in Puerto Rico, 70 times the official toll, a Harvard University study says.

A third of those deaths after last September's hurricane were due to interruptions in medical care caused by power outages, and blocked or washed out roads, researchers said.

Interviews conducted in Puerto Rico found a 60% increase in mortality in the three months after the storm. 

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