The Department of Homeland Security will test bioterror airflow in New York subway system

New York Magazine’s James D. Walsh reports┬áthat the Department of Homeland Security will conduct a study concerning airflow in New York City’s subway system and how airborne contaminants would pass through the system in the event of an attack.

The study will begin on Monday, May 9, 2016 and last a week, using non-toxic gases.

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