A New York City police officer stands guard next to bicycles lying on a bike path at the crime scene after a motorist Tuesday drove onto the path near the World Trade Center memorial, killing eight people and injuring several. It has been declared an act of terrorism.
A New York City police officer stands guard next to bicycles lying on a bike path at the crime scene after a motorist Tuesday drove onto the path near the World Trade Center memorial, killing eight people and injuring several. It has been declared an act of terrorism. Andres Kudacki AP
A New York City police officer stands guard next to bicycles lying on a bike path at the crime scene after a motorist Tuesday drove onto the path near the World Trade Center memorial, killing eight people and injuring several. It has been declared an act of terrorism. Andres Kudacki AP

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