Crash injures 6 nearby World Trade Center

NEW YORK — At slightest 6 people were harm when a automobile finished up on a path after crashing into two other vehicles in Lower Manhattan.

CBS New York reports the collision occurred around 1:20 p.m. Thursday afternoon when a Lincoln Town Car and Ford Explorer collided at Broadway and Liberty Street nearby Zuccotti Park. The SUV then struck a person on a bike.

The Lincoln kept going down Liberty Street before crashing into the back of a third automobile and jumping a curb.

Police pronounced the pile-up is being investigated as an act of highway rage. The motorist of the city automobile is in control and being questioned.

“The area of Broadway Liberty is totally safe,” the NYPD’s Mark Iocco tweeted. “We have traffic sealed in all directions so we can control an review on the collision with @NYPDTransport @NYPDHighway – equivocate pushing in the area since of the closure.”

The area was the site of police activity over a questionable package progressing Thursday, nonetheless there is no denote the incidents are related. Police gave the all-clear after a brush by a explosve squad.

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