Superstorm Sandy Strands Travelers at Airports and Train Stations

Posted on October 29, 2012

Superstorm Sandy is stranding travelers across the United States. The shutdown of major airports in New York City, New Jersey and other states is having a rippling effect on the system. Over 10,000 flights have already been canceled and the winds are not expected to die down until at least Wednesday. Train stations and subways are also shut down. Amtrak is closed in the Northeast. Even after the winds die down it could be a while before service returns to normal because there will have to damage inspections. Take a look:

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