NYPD, Soliders Show Force in NYC Subway System After Moscow Suicide Attacks
April 01, 2010
Heavily-armed cops and soldiers patrolled the New York City's subway system during an anti-terror drill Wednesday, reassuring commuters rattled by the Moscow suicide attacks.
The drill - which was scheduled before this week's bombings in the Russian rail system - deployed officers from the NYPD, MTA, Amtrak, Army National Guard and other agencies throughout the city's transit hubs.
More than 100 police officers joined the other law-enforcement teams swarming Penn Station, Grand Central Terminal and the Herald Square subway-PATH station during the morning rush hour.
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