New York, United States of America
SNARLED MANHATTAN TRAFFIC INCHES PAST DARK BUIDING.
Traffic trying to leave New York City crawls up Lexington Avenue after
the city suffered an electrical blackout August 14, 2003. Sweltering
New Yorkers were hit by a giant power blackout that covered the much of
the Northeast part of the country and stranded thousands of commuters,
trapped subway riders underground and evoked fearful memories of the
September 11 attacks. REUTERS/Ray Stubblebine