Mysteries: East River Blowout Pictures
Don investigates a terrible disaster under New York City's East River, and a strange meteorological phenomenon.
At the New York Transit Museum in Brooklyn, a piece of early-1900s industrial machinery reminds visitors of a catastrophic disaster beneath the East River and the one sandhog who lived to tell the tale.
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