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As local news reports, Cavuoto had propped open the front door on Monday afternoon to let fresh air into the store. Instead, the unexpected guest — who the staff at first thought was a large dog — ran through the door and spent an hour tearing apart the floor displays. Authorities believe the deer may have been hit by a car in the area. “It really looked like a horror movie with blood streaks down the mirrors,” said Cavuoto. Staff locked themselves in a back office to hide from the animal. Meanwhile, customers sought refuge behind the racks of clothes. When that hiding spot didn’t seem safe, they eventually moved to a closet. “The deer was just traveling back and forth throughout the store, knocking into things,” Cavuoto explained. While the Northeast has always played host to herds of wild deer, Staten Island’s deer problem has reportedly taken off in recent years.
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REUTERS/Alvin Baez SAN JUAN (Reuters) - Puerto Rico needs to accelerate the timetable for restoring its power grid or else residents will flee for the mainland rather than live without electricity for months, the chairman of the territory’s largest bank said on Friday. In an interview with Reuters on Friday, Banco Popular Chairman Richard Carrion said prolonged outages could shrink the U.S. territory’s economy and hurt its banking system. More than two weeks after Hurricane Maria hit the island, most of Puerto Rico is still without electricity. With about $40 billion in assets, Banco Popular is Puerto Rico’s biggest financial institution. Carrion said 85 of the bank’s 169 branches were open, and that only about 40 percent of its cash machines were operating. Puerto Rican authorities have estimated that it will take at least four months to restore the electrical grid, something Carrion says is “not acceptable.” “The economy will suffer, and it may push people who are on the fence to say, ‘we’re leaving’,” he said, potentially pushing the bankrupt territory into even worse financial straits. About 85 percent of the electricity that was used on the island before Maria is no longer being delivered to customers, according to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Wide areas are marred by telephone poles snapped in two by the storm, leaving transmission lines in tangled roadside heaps. Carrion said 90 percent of the island’s point of sale terminals, where people buy things with a swipe of their bank card, were still not running.