Breaking: NYC Terrorist Attack, 5 People Wounded, Bomber in Custody and More (Updated)

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The Port Authority Bus Terminal at 42nd Street and Eighth Avenue, New York, was attacked by a “terrorist” on Monday morning, five people are injured and the whole city is now in chaos. 

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Update (1:01 a.m. EST Dec.12)

  • The attacker, Akayed Ullah, pledged allegiance to ISIS and stated that he took part in response to Israeli actions in Gaza, according to CNN.
  • Ullah had at least two devices detached to his body;
  • Five people had minor injuries and were treated at the local hospital;
  • The neighbor, Alan Butrico, said that Ullah lived in the basement and he wasn’t a friendly one. Also, other neighbors reported “screaming” coming from Ullah’s house the last two nights.

The suspect: 

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Source: buzzfeed.com

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Source: CNN

Location: 

An underground walkway along 42nd Street between 7th and 8th Avenues near Times Square.

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Source: Google Maps

The key things we know:

  • Police caught the bomber, Akayed Ullah, 27 year-old man. It was stated that it is the only one amateur attack in the city;
  • The suspect has been tranferred to Bellevue Hospital;
  • Some of the victims complain about headaches and ringing in the ears;
  • The bomber wore amateur low-tech explosive device and it detonated around 7:20 a.m. EST;
  • Officials suspect Ullah to be connected to ISIS;
  • Three people were injured in terrorist attack.

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The Port Authority Bus Terminal at 42nd Street and Eighth Avenue, New York, was attacked by a "terrorist" on Monday morning, three people are injured and the whole city is now in chaos. 
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