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Equipment on construction sites is being secured for the hurricane, including this work on the Brooklyn Bridge.
A worker tapes windows outside a gourmet market on North End Ave. in Battery Park City because all the wooden boards were sold out.
People stocking up on supplies — the line outsidde of Trader Joe's wine store in Union Square on Friday afternoon.
Notice of the subway shutdown on a MTA arrival board.
Lifeguard chairs being removed from a beach in the Rockaways.
Workers board up windows at Olive's on Prince Street in Soho.
Where's the bacon? Empty freezers at a Target in Brooklyn.
Empty water shelves at an Upper East Side Duane Reade.
A man boarding up the windows of his house in the Rockaways.
Evacuation Center at Barauch College on East 24th Street.
Taxi drivers Pemba Sherpa and Sherab Lama got a message they printed out saying they can turn off their meters at 9 a.m. Saturday and switch to zoned fares, but they don't have any map of the zones.
Families leaving Campos Plaza in the East Village, part of which is under mandatory evacuation order.
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