New York under water in the aftermath of Hurricane Ida

New York under water in the aftermath of Hurricane Ida

Along with the remnants of Hurricane Ida, storms hit New York. So much so that Governor Kathy Hochul declared a state of emergency. The downpours began to fall on the night of Wednesday, September 1 to Thursday, September 2.

New York under water in the aftermath of Hurricane Ida

Following the passage of Hurricane Ida, the United States, and more specifically New York, are affected by heavy flooding. According to CNN, one person died in Passaic (New Jersey) and 7 in New York.

The downpours began to fall on the night of Wednesday, September 1 to Thursday, September 2. Especially in the neighborhoods of Brooklyn and Queen. This also made automobile traffic impossible. The weather service went so far as to urge:

“Do not drive on flooded roads. The depth is unknown and it is too dangerous. Turn around and do not drown.”

Other surreal scenes took place in Flushing Meadow during the US Open. Rain washed out a tennis court that was nevertheless well covered. The match between Kevin Anderson and Diego Schwartzman had to be interrupted.

Following the passage of Hurricane Ida, the United States, and more specifically New York, are affected by heavy flooding.

The downpours began to fall on the night of Wednesday, September 1 to Thursday, September 2. Especially in the neighborhoods of Brooklyn and Queen.

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