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NYC subway riders outraged by lack of social distancing in train cars

It’s mass transit, all right.

New York City subway riders were fuming Saturday over the utter lack of social distancing on a very packed train, video shows.

Dozens of straphangers were already squeezed “like sardines” inside an N train when it pulled into the Lexington 59th street station around 5:00 p.m., according to the footage.

Some riders jammed into the car — but one outraged woman asked “What the f–k distance is this? They’re squeezing like sardines.”

“It’s because MTA don’t give a f–k about the people,” said a man standing outside the overflowing train doors.

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority didn’t immediately return a request for comment on the video late Saturday night.

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