Long Walk Home for Brooklyn Resident Tens of thousands of New Yorkers simply walked home Thursday after the power outage closed the subway system. Sarah Gancher, who works at the Metropolitan Opera, spent about three-and-a-half hours trudging to her home in Brooklyn. But she treated it as an adventure. Gancher speaks with NPR's Renee Montagne.
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Long Walk Home for Brooklyn Resident

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Long Walk Home for Brooklyn Resident

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Tens of thousands of New Yorkers simply walked home Thursday after the power outage closed the subway system. Sarah Gancher, who works at the Metropolitan Opera, spent about three-and-a-half hours trudging to her home in Brooklyn. But she treated it as an adventure. Gancher speaks with NPR's Renee Montagne.