Mysteries: East River Blowout Pictures
Don investigates a terrible disaster under New York City's East River, and a strange meteorological phenomenon.
Since the 1870s, workers known as “sandhogs” have risked their lives digging under New York City’s streets and rivers, creating the tunnels for the city’s subway and water systems, as well as the footings for the Brooklyn Bridge.
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