New York City Subway Station Hit by Flash Flooding

A severe storm swept through New York City on Monday, July 18, causing flash flooding across parts of the city.

The National Weather Service issued a flash-flood warning for Manhattan, The Bronx, Yonkers, and New Rochelle on Monday evening and urged residents to move to higher ground. According to local reports, flooding caused travel disruptions across the city on Monday afternoon.

This video shows water cascading into Dyckman Street subway station. Credit: Patricia D. Martinez via Storyful

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