UES Dog Owner Explains How Pup Got Loose in Subway, Stopping Service

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As New York City's busiest subway line ground to a halt Thursday afternoon, police swarmed the Lexington Avenue line in a race against time, searching for an Upper East Side woman's frightened dog who had run into the tunnels, infuriating commuters i
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