Saturday, September 25

The New York floods, in pictures

New York declared a state of emergency in the early hours of Thursday after the northeastern region of the United States registered heavy rains and winds from the remnants of Hurricane Ida, which caused significant flooding.

In New York City, practically all the subway lines have been suspended after being flooded by floods and waterfalls that fell both from the stairs of the stations and from the roofs of the tunnels. The mayor of the city, Bill De Blasio, even banned road traffic in New York for a few hours, after the National Weather Service in New York reported that there had been “many reports of rescues and trapped motorists For the water”.

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