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Ray Guasp; Veterans 4, Disaster Relief Team; DRT, Water Dogs

Former Marine and Chester resident Ray Guasp is not a couch potato. 

Recently, Guasp has barely had time to sit down much at all in his Chester home. He dropped back into his Connecticut hometown for less than 48 hours recently to pick up water-purifying supplies for the hurricane-ravaged U.S. territory, Puerto Rico—


Puerto Rico Metro News

Allá en Connecticut, Ray Guasp sentía el desespero. Su tierra estaba destrozada. Un huracán categoría 5 había despedazado a su Borinquen querido.


“Teníamos que hacer algo. No podíamos quedarnos allí, de brazos cruzados”, le dijo Guasp a Metro durante la tarde de ayer, mientras realizaban trabajo comunitario en el área de Piñones. 

Meriden's Record Journal

MERIDEN — As with many city residents, Meriden fire Lt. Danny Torres has close ties to Puerto Rico.

His elderly mother and sister live on the island, and have not had access to electricity or water since Hurricane Maria late last month.

Torres is traveling with a team of five to install large water filtration systems. 


Plastic Arts Association

Piñones ha sido una de las comunidades más afectadas con la salubridad del agua, por tal razón regresamos a llevar agua purificada con nuestro sistema traído desde Connecticut en alianza con Veterans 4 Puerto Rico, Creando Consciencia Mi Tierra Grita y Vamos PR.


Telemundo Puerto Rico

WVIT -Channel 30 Hartford, CT

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