New Yorkers Swim Through Underground Lakes As Subway Stations Flood Out Of Control

Taking the subway? Ensure to pack a lifeboat!

Heavy rains triggered titanic-level floods at a number of Huge Apple prepare stations Thursday — forcing some determined New Yorkers to wade by means of subterranean lakes simply to get on with their commute.

Stunning video showed a woman strolling into waist-deep water as she tried to succeed in the platform on the 157th Avenue No. 1 prepare station in Washington Heights.

The “pour” straphanger had water as much as her ankles as she descended the steps — earlier than she plopped into the underground pond. She continued transferring, undeterred, holding a procuring bag over her head.

One other commuter on the similar waterlogged station was additionally caught-on-camera trudging by means of the subway pool on his manner out. Video showed him transferring by means of knee-deep water, a plastic bag on his head.


“Yooo the 157th St station is underwater,” one individual wrote on Twitter, together with video displaying a deluge on the road above the prepare cease.

One other consumer tweeted: “Wow @mta flooded train, no AC, feels like a sauna, trying to get on safety so no one slips and the conductor is mad we are not getting on fast enough. What a mess. Nothings changed.”

Flooding was additionally reported at the 191st Street No. 1 train station and on the one hundred and twenty fifth Avenue station — the place video showed water pouring onto the platform and onto an incoming prepare.

On the 149 Avenue – Grand Concourse station within the Bronx, torrents streamed down a staircase, turning it right into a waterfall.

“Stairs looking like a water park ride right now,” wrote the Instagram account “Subway Creatures.”

The underground inundation happened as the town was positioned beneath a “severe thunderstorm watch” by the Nationwide Climate Service, set to final by means of 9 p.m.

The Huge Apple is anticipated to proceed getting drenched on Friday, as Tropical Storm Elsa strikes by means of the area.

An MTA spokesperson stated the company was wanting into movies of the flooding.


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