Water gushed into a Manhattan subway station as commuters waited for a train with rain from Ida pounding New York.
Video shows water pouring into the 28th Street station. New York City’s infrastructure has been criticized in recent months as subway stations have flooded.
At 10:15 p.m., an MTA spokesperson said people should not travel on subways. Officials said excessive amounts of water had entered tracks. Damage was caused by excessive amounts of water entering some stations.
“At this time, there is very limited train service,” the spokesperson tweeted.
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