New Yorkers are used to strange subway sites, but this one had one person demanding an explanation from the Metropolitan Transportation Authority.
A tweeted photo shows a Broadway Station entrance filled with water. There are three entrances at the station and only one was tested, a spokesperson for MTA said.
The agency plans on re-opening the entrance Thursday.
And no, the MTA is not " pivoting to submarines," despite their first response to the tweet.
The MTA was testing a new flex gate. It’s a flood barrier that would allow the agency to seal off a subway entrance. The test lasted four hours so the MTA could make sure the flex gate was installed correctly (it was.)
This story was originally published on WPIX.