On the morning of May 31, a series of storms swept through South Station.
The city was hit by a string of violent storms that were reported to be the strongest in a decade.
The storms had been weakening in the months prior, with less rainfall, but there was still a lot of rain and wind.
The South Station was at the epicenter of the storm, and it was one of the biggest structures in the city.
This was especially problematic for the people of the city who were living in the building, as it was the only building in the area with windows that could be opened.
The storm also hit the city in the middle of the day, leaving a trail of mud on the ground.
As the mud got worse, the city decided to build a temporary shelter.
The temporary shelter was constructed in the basement of the South Stations building, which was about 1.5 meters tall.
The shelter was about 300 meters long, and the windows in the shelter were just under 300 meters.
This is the first time that the building has been in such a position in history.
A number of other structures were also affected by the storm and were affected in the same way.
The rain, which had been expected to continue throughout the night, instead stopped at about 1:00 a.m.
This resulted in the buildings rain protection system that was installed in February having to be shut down because of the lack of rain.
However, the rain continued and eventually stopped at 7:00 p.m., which was when the first people were allowed inside.
The fire protection system had to be put in place again, and after that, the shelter was opened.
On the same day, the South Tower of the Empire State Building in New York City also came under severe storm damage.
This structure, located at the corner of Fifth Avenue and 57th Street, had windows on the building’s top floors that could only be opened by people with special permission.
In the weeks following the storm it was not possible to evacuate the building without opening the windows, so it was closed for about two weeks, before it was opened again on June 5.
The tower is the tallest building in New Jersey and was also the tallest in the United States.
On June 11, the building was demolished, with the demolition work to begin at 8:00 am on the day of the event.
The damage caused by the storms, which were also caused by a tropical storm, cost the city around $6 million in lost revenue.
The cost of the damage to the building had to been paid out by the city, and there were around 300 people who were in the South Towers shelter that night, which is roughly the same number of people who had been inside at the time of the first storm.
The building was closed to the public for a few days and a temporary building was put up in the underground parking garage, which served as a temporary home.
This temporary shelter lasted until June 26, when it was finally opened.
This permanent shelter was installed at the height of the weather and the people who stayed in it were able to continue to work and to live.
In a report prepared for the New Jersey Department of Public Safety, the New York Fire Department reported that they had not received any reports of fire or injury in the temporary shelter since the storm.
On July 1, the City Council voted to keep the temporary building open and move it into a permanent shelter.
This move was done to help the people living in South Tower and the temporary shelters, but also because of its location at the southern tip of Manhattan.
The Temporary Shelter has been operational since July 1.
As of now, it has only been used for three months.
A total of 5,945 people have been inside the temporary buildings, with 1,664 of them in the south tower and 2,084 in the north tower.
It has been estimated that at least 4,500 people will be staying in the shelters for the rest of the year.