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Terrorist attacks in New York City: What we know so far
One 29-year-old man was driving a hire lorry into a foot and bicycle lane along the Hudson River in Lower Manhattan in New York City on Tuesday, ending eight arrests and wounding 11 in the most deadly terror assault on the town since 9/11. Officers have ID'd the accused as Sayfullo Saipov, an immigration, who left Uzbekistan for the United States this year.
A New York policeman fired him in the stomach at the crime site and he is currently at Bellevue Hospital in Manhattan. He has been questioned by the cops and is currently awaiting an updated status report. There' s still no proof that Saipov had directed links or assistance from terrorism groups, but detectives that the bombing was planned and motivated by ISIS.
Andrew Cuomo said on Wednesday at a performance on CNN's New Day that detectives believe Saipov was a lonely monster who was "radicalized" upon his arrival in the United States. He rebuked the assault on migration policy sponsored by Democrats on Wednesday that he thought it was too generos.
Around 3:05 p.m. Tuesday, the accused was driving a pick-up lorry at high speeds south along the West Side Highway in Lower Manhattan, according to policemen. HGV drivers began their mad run near Houston Street and tore down about 20 urban blocs on a cycle track along the Hudson River, which is a favourite with bikers and walkers.
That lorry came to an attack after colliding with a student coach near Stuyvesant High School, near Chambers Street, officers say. In the aftermath of the accident, the defendant got out of the lorry with a paint ball and plastic pistol. There were at least four people - two adult and two child - on the scool scooter when the pick-up operator boarded the coach.
An eyewitness took a mobile phone tape of what the chauffeur seems to be after jumping out of the lorry and before being arrested by the MP. Granular film material shows the suspected weaver between taxis near the site of the crime: He shouted, "Allahu Akbar", Arab for "God is great", after he appeared from the lorry, according to several witnesses, among them the prosecution authorities.
The Blasio said the New Yorkers were "resilient" and sentenced the Tuesday assault as "cowardly" in a tit. On Tuesday night, the White House issued an formal presidential declaration. "The declaration states that my government will fully endorse the New York City Police Department, also through a collaborative inquiry with the Federal Bureau of Inquiry.
It seems to be the most deadly assault in New York City since the September 11th. Ahmad Khan Rahimi packaged explosive with shrapnel last September in the Chelsea district of Manhattan, wounding 30 people.