City and state agencies make necessary preparations for Tropical Depression Nicole

News 12's Noëlle Lilley reports from Hunts Point station on the preparations that are being made ahead of the bad weather that is expected to come with Tropical Depression Nicole.
The MTA is having workers lay down plywood over street grates to prevent flooding in the subway.
The agency is also setting up trains specifically for this weather and for cleanup afterward.
Gov. Kathy Hochul says she is sending more than a 1,000 large dump trucks, around 7,000 utility workers, and an extra 1,500 ConEdison workers across the state to help out too.