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Every day about 10-15 cars and trucks simply stop working within a 5-block radius of the 102-story building, according to a report in the New York Daily News.
Originally posted by RedGolem
It is interesting indeed. I would like to know how many cars stop working in other parts of the city. The Empire State Building is not the only building to have a radio antenna on top of it either. So would like to know if other buildings with an antenna on top have had this problem. If not then what makes the Empire State building different from the others.