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Since last fall, when the measles outbreak began, there have been 596 measles cases reported in NYC, with at least 42 people hospitalized and 12 who needed intensive care.
A four-alarm fire in Greenpoint engulfed one residential building and made two others uninhabitable last night.
The system was out from 2:30 p.m. to 4:10 p.m.
Workers struck a gas line resulting in a massive explosion heard miles away.
A man was hit by a falling icicle while walking in midtown.
The new computerized system has gone dark three times since it launched this week.
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The FDNY, Con Edison and MTA are conducting a "full-scale exercise" between 7 a.m. and 2 p.m. today to simulate a steam release.
Governor Cuomo has announced that the MTA will officially shut down on Saturday at noon—subways, buses, LIRR, Metro North and Access-A-Ride cancelled, bridges and highways possible as well.
Governor Cuomo is expected to make a full announcement soon that the MTA will stop service tomorrow at noon.
The MTA is considering a partial or full shut down of its services if Hurricane Irene is especially messy.
Every time there is an emergency authorities tell us to make a "Go Bag," and yet we don't know anyone who has one...
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