It was cheers of joy and relief spread throughout a school in Puerto Rico when electricity was restored after 112 days without power.
The Academic Bautista de Puerto Nuevo in San Juan posted a short video on its Facebook page that showed students jumping for joy and running around the halls while teachers rang bells.
They were all celebrating the return of electricity, which has been out since Hurricane Maria devastated the U.S. territory during the summer.
“After 112 days, THE POWER IS BACK!” the school wrote in the video caption. “Undisputed joy from all of us who make up ABPN. We thank all of the parents, students and staff who have stayed and continued to support us throughout this situation.”
The video went viral this week with more than 298,000 views.
Much of the island lost power on Sept. 20 when Hurricane Maria made landfall, causing widespread destruction.
Some 40 percent of customers in Puerto Rico remain without electricity nearly four months later.