Floods in New York: 18,000 people without electricity

New York under water, after a scorching episode. The American city suffered violent thunderstorms since Monday, July 22, which have paralyzed the streets and the state of New Jersey. In recent days, it has experienced a significant heat wave, when a cooling created these torrential thunderstorms.

Images of the flood show walkers having knee-deep water in the streets. Other images still featured parked cars largely submerged in the brownish water.

Authorities called on residents to avoid taking the metro and not to drive in flooded areas. These bad weather deprived 18,000 people of electricity in the American east. The districts of Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island and New Jersey are particularly concerned.

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