New York City Subway Stations Hit by Flash Flooding Brought On by Remnants of Ida

The remnants of Hurricane Ida brought flash flooding to New York City’s subway stations on September 1, inundating platforms and disrupting train services.

New York transit authorities said multiple trains were disrupted due to “excessive water” entering the station.

A flash flood warning was issued for most of the city as the remnants of the storm blew into the tri-state area.

This video shows water flooding 28th St station. Credit: ICONI3 via Storyful

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