New York Times Receives Secret Report & Blabs About NY PATH Tunnel Vulnerabilities
“A draft summary of the most recent analysis was given to The New York Times by a government official who was troubled by what the official felt was a lack of action in response to the analysis, which the official said the Port Authority got about three weeks ago. The official said the latest analysis indicates that it would take only six minutes for one of the PATH tubes to flood if a significant but not necessarily very large bomb were detonated…
…. The worst case included in the analysis suggests that a bomb that could be easily carried aboard a train could punch a 50-square-foot hole in one side of a tube, possibly breaching both sides of the tunnel. Under that situation, 1.2 million gallons of water a minute could pour into the tunnel, flooding parts of the system in a matter of hours.
That is a much more dire view than an earlier draft of the analysis — completed last May — contemplated…”
… from a New York Times article – PATH Tunnels Seen As Fragile In Bomb Attack
Al-Qaeda and Muslim terrorists everywhere say “Thanks for information, New York Times!”