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Flight of HopeA big relief effort in Tampa is hoping to change the lives of some of the hurricane victims forever. The Flight of Hope took off from the Sheltair Aviation terminal at the Tampa International Airport Thursday, carrying supplies to Puerto Rico. (Spectrum Bay News 9 image)

Puerto Rico is still in crisis after Hurricane Maria hit nearly two months ago. 

  • Flight of Hope bringing supplies to Puerto Rico
  • 3.4 million residents still without power
  • Exclusive coverage of flight tonight @ 5 on Spectrum BN9

Half of the U.S. territory's 3.4 million residents remain without power and the post-hurricane struggles continue in many parts of the island. 

A big relief effort in Tampa is hoping to change the lives of some of the hurricane victims forever. 

The Flight of Hope took off from the Sheltair Aviation terminal at the Tampa International Airport Thursday. 

Staffing firm, K-Force chartered a plane to bring donations to Puerto Rico--22,000 pounds, including generators and medical supplies. 

They will be going on a one day trip to the northwest part of the island. 

Spectrum Bay News 9's Veronica Cintron will have exclusive coverage of the Flight of Hope tonight at 5 p.m.  

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