Puerto Rico is acknowledging for the first time that the death toll from Hurricane Maria is likely more than 22 times higher than the U.S. territory's previous estimate. Officials now say more than 1,400 deaths are blamed on the catastrophic storm. The last official death count was 64. David Begnaud reports.



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