Teachers and students at a school in San Juan, Puerto Rico, rejoiced after the power came back on following 112 days of being in the dark in a video posted Wednesday.
Teachers and students at a school in Puerto Rico jump for joy after the school gets electricity back for the first time in the 112 days since Hurricane Maria struck. https://t.co/3wCH5JEpP3 pic.twitter.com/2PTDb4kHtp— Good Morning America (@GMA) January 17, 2018
After electricity was restored to the Academia Bautista de Puerto Nuevo, children screamed while teachers rang bells.
The island lost all power on Sept. 20 when Hurricane Maria swept over the U.S. territory.
As of Wednesday, 83 percent of the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority customers have power.