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NYC Subway Workers Say Dead Bodies Are Being Stored In Their Bathrooms

Employees in the New York City subway believe they can improve their working environment with one teensy-weensy, itsy-bitsy change in protocol: Stop storing dead bodies in their break rooms and bathrooms.
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