WASHINGTON, District of Columbia- The Bureau of Land Management says they have sent 30 of their Law Enforcement Officers from around the country, including K-9 Officers like Enzo pictured, to Puerto Rico to assist with efforts as a result of Hurricane Maria. The officers were transported in C-130s ahead of the storm, the agency said.

The entirety of the the U.S. territory in in the northeast Caribbean Sea is without power sustained a direct hit from Category 4 Hurricane Maria.

Governor Ricardo Rosselló is pleading with President Trump to declare the island as disaster area and says the commonwealth could be without power for months.

“Resist Puerto Rico – God is with us; We are stronger than any hurricane. Together we will rise, ” the Governor also tweeted.

30 Bureau of Land Management Law Enforcement officers and other Hurricane support personnel, equipment and supplies were transported to Puerto Rico via military C-130s to assist with Hurricane Maria efforts.