The Telegraph
Friday , May 19 , 2017

A car careened through Times Square and ploughed through a crowd of pedestrians in one of New York City’s most congested corridors around noon on Thursday, killing an 18-year-old woman and injuring at least 22 people. Preliminary evidence indicates the incident was not terrorism-related, officials said. The 26-year-old driver appears to have been drunk or impaired by drugs, the officials added. (Reuters picture) 

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