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NEW YORK — It took hours for Christopher Mullen to get off a plane from sunny Cancun and on to a half-empty subway car, his only way home.
His feet soaked to the bone, with no food, water and hardly any heat, Mullen and 400 others lived through a New York nightmare on an elevated subway track, one of hundreds of stories of hardship caused by the crushing snowstorm that dropped more than 2 feet of snow on the Northeast. The train was in the station, but in the dark of night with bus service down and car services shuttered, there was nowhere for passengers to go.
Asked about the stranded passengers, Metropolitan Transportation Authority Chairman Jay Walder said, “We will of course take a look at that situation after the storm.
For Mullen, a 42-year-old art director for local cable news channel NY1, and his girlfriend, Melanie A. Search for arrests by Syracuse and Central New York law enforcement agencies and New York State Police. Monday near Kennedy Airport, Mullen and his girlfriend were well into their ordeal battling the blizzard of December 2010.


But the subway got only one stop before it was forced to stop by snow drifts piled on the outside tracks and thick layers of ice on the electrified third rail. A loudspeaker announcement said that a train up ahead was stuck on the track due to the weather and they were being held back. Train operators kept the doors closed to keep out the cold, but the gusting winds rattled the windows and the chill of the storm seeped into the car, overpowering the faint stream of warm air coming from the subway car’s feeble heaters. The blizzard left thousands of travelers stranded, closing all three of the metropolitan area’s airports and blocking most other means of transportation. Eventually, the train workers allowed passengers into the bathroom inside the train station. Passengers begged the emergency responders to take them away, but they were told they had to stay put, Mullen said.
It took them 20 minutes to drag their luggage and gear three blocks, through snow drifts that, at times, reached 3 feet high.


It wasn’t quite cold enough for water in the car to freeze, but it felt nearly that bad.
Wearing just a light spring jacket, Mullen stood in the snow and attempted to dig his car out from long-term parking. With no trains running to his Park Slope, Brooklyn, stop, they took a different subway, then made a fruitless attempt to find a car service to take them home.



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