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Here's What A Massive Water Main Break Does To The NYC Subway System

The MTA is now pumping 500,000 gallons of water out of the subway system, following this morning's water main break


A worker surveys the flooded Lincoln Center subway station, in New York, . A water main break flooded streets on Manhattan's Upper West Side near Lincoln Center and hampered subway service during the Monday morning rush hour


Workers prime a pump to empty the flooded Lincoln Center subway station, in New York, . A water main break flooded streets on Manhattan's Upper West Side near Lincoln Center and hampered subway service during the Monday morning rush hour



A worker exits a stalled subway train in the Lincoln Center station, in New York, . A water main break flooded streets on Manhattan's Upper West Side near Lincoln Center and hampered subway service during the Monday morning rush hour


Subway worker prepare to pump water from the Lincoln Center subway station, in New York, . A water main break flooded streets on Manhattan's Upper West Side near Lincoln Center and hampered subway service during the Monday morning rush hour