New York City subway flooded by the remnants of Tropical Storm Elsa #shorts 1

New York City subway flooded by the remnants of Tropical Storm Elsa #shorts

 

A slow-moving thunderstorm caused by the remnants of Tropical Storm Elsa hit New York on July 8, causing flash floods throughout the city. #shorts

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31 comments

    1. Glad Extra Strong garbage bags should do the trick, everyone in that video who used one of the bags should get a year supply for promotion and marketing lol

    1. It’s worse. It’s probably filled with dead rats and rat poop. Those folks just walked into a puddle of septicemia.

    2. Pretty sure they’re walking in not out. I’ve never been in a NYC subway where you go down to exit.

  1. Why do we have to view these events through a slot in the middle? It reduces the enjoyment so much.

  2. Wow! I didn’t know that NYC has a submarine public transport system. In my country (Poland) public transport system is not so advanced. Do you provide fins for passengers?

  3. Even though we get massive fires every year in California now, I’d take that any day over flooding like this.

    1. No way in hell. Those scenes from the California and Australian wildfires were horrifying! Fire tornadoes?

  4. why would you even go in that, trains clearly aint running and water that color id rather get covid than what ever is lurking in that

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