While there's so much focus on having people stay off the streets during the coronavirus pandemic, there's another big problem happening underground. Homeless people are taking over the subway. The city says it’s taking action, but concerned Metropolitan Transportation Authority employees are demanding more, CBS2’s Christina Fan reported Sunday.
It’s a free for all in the the subway system these guys were smoking most likely k2 in the passageway from @NYCTSubway to @NJTRANSIT but yet @NYGovCuomo or @NYCMayor has address the homeless conditions in the train system. My child shouldn’t have to smell this on the way home pic.twitter.com/N4hoc7g83B— JEY (@mzjeydadiva) April 13, 2020
I ❤️ NY!!!— Manny Alicandro (@Manny_Alicandro) April 14, 2020
Homeless take over New York subway in shocking video that shows transients sprawling on seats https://t.co/54DCTPNdYg
The subway has been left to the homeless. I will write about article about how Escape From New York has come true. pic.twitter.com/ez05me5PBW— Daniel Genis (@DanGenis) April 13, 2020
#Cuomo's #Homeless seek refuge on #NYC subway— Throughthenexus (@throughthenexus) April 13, 2020
Indifference is why they are not in hotels #selfisolating. He denied them
when you pour your #wine #booze tonight you can thank him that the liquor stores are more valuable than #USVets https://t.co/BfdZB5EDsV via @nypmetro