An incredible story out of New York today, as reported by The Verge:
A flooded subway entrance stopped Brooklyn commuters in their tracks yesterday. For four hours on Wednesday, the staircase leading down to Broadway Station in Williamsburg was blocked off and completely submerged. The sight was even stranger since it hadnʼt rained in New York City that day.
The Transit Authority was testing adaptations they’d installed in case of real flooding. Still, I’m sure that the social/informational impact was felt, too.
Also, the MTA’s sarcastic explanation is gold. From Twitter:
We’re pivoting to submarines. ^JLP