Flash flooding hits New York City, swamping streets and stranding drivers, watch!
Rain walloped the New York metropolitan area with a startling punch Friday, knocking out several subway and commuter rail lines, stranding drivers on highways, flooding basements and shuttering a terminal at LaGuardia Airport in one of the city's wettest days in decades. (AP)
New York Floods: Videos Show Subways, Streets and Vehicles Submerged Due to Record-breaking Rains
New York floods: Viral videos show floodwaters surging through streets, basements, schools, subways, and vehicles in the nation's most populous metropolis.
New York flooded by heavy rains, subway partly paralysed
Heavy rains in New York City caused flooding, paralysing subways and airports. Mayor Adams urged people to stay home, while shopkeepers tried to protect merchandise. The subway system was hit hard, with several lines closed. Climate change is accelerating faster than the city can respond. Governor Hochul declared a state of emergency, with warnings of up to 7" of rain. Residents in flood-prone areas were urged to move to higher ground. The subwa…
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