The city of New York, in the United States, entered an emergency situation on Wednesday night (1st) after being hit by torrential rains that flooded the metropolis as a result of storm Ida. In this photo, a driver drives a car along a flooded expressway in the Brooklyn neighborhood
Also on this same expressway, it is possible to see several drivers trying to cross the flood, which left some cars practically submerged
Workers tried to unblock the drains in an attempt to make rainwater run off
In Queens, another well-known neighborhood in the metropolis, drivers were unable to continue their journey as chaos engulfed the region.
On the Long Island Expressway, an underground road, people with their cars were unable to leave the site because of the water
Still in Queens, a bus driver tried to pass among the cars that were abandoned on the road.
Some people were seen walking in the rain, like this man, who at the time of registration, was passing through the flooded pavilion in front of Louis Armstrong Stadium
Two other people were seen in the same place
Still on the outskirts of Louis Armstrong Stadium, a golf cart was seen completely flooded by the rains.