Flood Water Pours Down NYC Subway Station While Trains Still Run

April 16, 2018 6:29 pm Last Updated: April 16, 2018 6:29 pm

In this eye-popping footage, flood water from a heavy rainstorm pours from the ceiling of an underground Subway station in midtown Manhattan on Monday, April 16, while a train makes a stop at the station, but doesn’t appear to open its doors.

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority announced around 10 a.m. that F and M trains would skip the Bryant Park station due to water pouring onto the platform.

About an hour later, the MTA wrote on Twitter that the F and M train services have resumed.

Rain and flooding caused major delays on New York Subway lines on Monday, including the 1 line stop at W. 145th St where water gushed down the stairs and flooded the platform.

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