Mayor Bill de Blasio declares emergency in New York City, tells people not to leave their homes

Mayor Bill de Blasio declares emergency in New York City, tells people not to leave their homes

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio tweeted from his Twitter account, writing that I am declaring a state of emergency in New York City tonight. We are enduring a historic weather event tonight

People are facing a lot of trouble due to the continuous torrential rains in New York City of America. Due to the rain, there has been a situation of water logging everywhere. Meanwhile, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio has declared a state of emergency in New York City. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio tweeted from his Twitter account, writing that I am declaring a state of emergency in New York City tonight. We are enduring a historic weather event tonight. In which there is record breaking rain, severe floods and dangerous situation on the roads in the entire city. The mayor has encouraged New Yorkers to stay indoors and avoid the streets and mass transit.

Apart from this, he wrote in another tweet that we are keeping our eyes on our power grid. We have seen about 5 thousand 300 customers without electricity. We are hopeful that the rain will subside in the next few hours. But until then, again you stay home. The mayor also wrote that please stay off the streets tonight and let our emergency services do their job. If you are thinking of going out of the house, do not do so. Stay away from metro. Stay off the roads. Do not try to drive in heavy water.

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