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N.Y. MTA adds K9 unit in dogged pursuit of terrorism


By Jennifer Maloney
Newsday
 
NEW YORK  Hudson leaned forward from the back seat, peering through the windshield at a man in an orange vest.

"It's OK," Doug Joseph, a Metropolitan Transportation Authority police officer, told the German shepherd. "He's good."

Joseph waved to the orange-vested track worker and drove away from the train station, scanning the tracks while Hudson looked out the window.

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