New York is sending building inspectors and mental health professionals to Puerto Rico to aid recovery efforts following a string of devastating earthquakes.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Sunday that Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul will lead a delegation to Puerto Rico along with the deployment of 26 bilingual mental health professionals and 25 state building inspectors.
The Democratic governor conducted a damage assessment during a trip two weeks ago.
The ground in southwest Puerto Rico has been shaking since Dec. 28, toppling homes and schools.
Cuomo says thousands of people are in shelters.