​No indication of terror in fatal Times Square car crash: NYC mayor

China Plus/Reuters Published: 2017-05-19 00:35:44
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There was no indication that the fatal car accident on Thursday morning at the heart of Times Square which killed 1 and injured 22 others was an act of terror, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio just said. 

A speeding vehicle struck pedestrians on a sidewalk in New York City's Times   Square on Thursday (May 17), according to an announcement at nearby Reuters news   agency headquarters.

The New York Police Department closed off the area.
A   Reuters witness said at least 10 people were being treated for injuries on the  ground after the collision at the Midtown Manhattan tourist site.

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