BREAKING: Speeding Car PLOWS THROUGH Pedestrians On Sidewalk in TIMES SQUARE

The car sped onto the sidewalk and hit multiple people in a busy area.

What on earth could have been the motive for THAT?

I ask knowingly.

Or at least ‘reasonable guessingly’.

Where have we seen things like this before?

London, England

Ohio State University

Antwerp, Belgium

Stockholm, Sweden

Jerusalem, Israel

Berlin, Germany

Nice, France

Now, what did all those vehicles plowing into pedestrians have in common?

Right. Those three little words that Barry just couldn’t say… ‘Radical Islamic Terror’.

Now, it’s still early, to say that that is the cause, but one eyewitness did tell Reuters that it appeared as though the driver acted intentionally.

Initial reports from local reporters suggest that the car came off 42nd Street, and drove north for four blocks, mowing dozens of people down on a pavement

One eyewitness said he saw the suspect strike pedestrians “deliberately,” but an NYPD police source told CBS news they were not treating the incident as a terror attack.
Read more: Telegraph UK

At around 11 am, a maroon Honda Accord sped onto the sidewalk near 42nd and Broadway hitting multiple victims. The vehicle was going so quickly that it became lodged on the sidewalk bollards that are there to protect pedestrians.

Images from the scene are chilling.

The NY Fire Department has tweeted out that 13 patients were reported at the scene.

Confirmed, 1 fatality and 12 injuries reported.

The story is still developing.

UPDATE: Multiple NY officials are saying that this is NOT an act of terror, but a suspect who has been arrested multiple times for drunk driving has been arrested.

Reports coming in that the man is a 26-year old from the Bronx.

UPDATE 2: 19 injured and 1 dead

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