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Going Nowhere: Commuters wait on a stalled subway train during the morning rush in Manhattan on Wednesday: Richard Drew/ AP

New York City, USA
Aug. 8, 2007 - A little rain never hurt anyone. Unless you’re the New York City subway system. After downpours dropped nearly two inches of rain on the city early Wednesday morning, millions of residents struggled to get to work, as every line in the system (which transports 5 million riders per day) was affected by shutdowns or delays.
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