"We are completely cutoff without anything. There are no cell phones and no radio," another resident said Local media reported that the Pino Hachado International pass connecting the Araucania region to Argentina to the east had reopened Tuesday, but local authorities said the area could still face food and supply shortages.
"We are already having problems with food [shortages] both with livestock and people," area police chief Ivan Bezmalinovic said.
The Pino Hachado pass was the only connection to neighboring Argentina open as of Tuesday morning.
In addition to transportation and communication problems, 15,000 people were reportedly without electricity.
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