New York Expects Storm Elsa As Subways Flooded

New York Expects Storm Elsa As Subways Flooded

New York Expects Storm Elsa As Subways Flooded 

Subway stations have flooded in New York ahead of the expected arrival of Storm Elsa. New York expects Storm Elsa, which would put all businesses in tight corner, The Telegraph reported. 

According to Telegraph: Footage from commuters shows them waist-deep in water, crossing a dark pool to reach the platforms at the 157th Street station north of Manhattan. Heavy rains continue to lash New York. And rescue operations are also in order on time, where it seems people also enjoying rather than troubled. This is what makes Americans decent of a decent Nation. 

It’s not all over yet, because storm Elsa is expected soon. What will then happen ? However, heavy rains and flooding of certain areas do create panic. And this is why New York expects Storm Elsa. 

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