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Hurricane Shuts New York Subwayi
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Peter Fedynsky
October 29, 2012 11:12 PM
Hurricane Sandy impacted transportation along the East Coast of the United States even before it hit the area. In New York City, officials shut down all of the local subway system’s 1,100 kilometers of track. Hundreds of domestic and international flights have also been cancelled. VOA correspondent Peter Fedynsky reports that New Yorkers are taking the disruption in stride.

Hurricane Shuts New York Subway

Peter Fedynsky

Published October 29, 2012

Hurricane Sandy impacted transportation along the East Coast of the United States even before it hit the area. In New York City, officials shut down all of the local subway system’s 1,100 kilometers of track. Hundreds of domestic and international flights have also been cancelled. VOA correspondent Peter Fedynsky reports that New Yorkers are taking the disruption in stride.


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