People Struck By Car In Lower Manhattan

People Struck By Car In Lower Manhattan

Police say road rage may have led to a auto crash involving pedestrians in Lower Manhattan that left six people injured Thursday.

The trio was hit at around 1:20 p.m.at Broadway and Liberty Street. The Lincoln continued eastbound and struck the rear-end of a Mercedes SUV before coming to a stop. The driver remained at the scene, police said, adding that one of the victims may have been riding a bicycle. A bicyclist was also injured.

Police do not suspect terrorism however and believe road rage played a role in the incident.

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Ioc said the Lincoln's driver "did not seem to be in any medical distress" when officers found him and the heavily damaged vehicle. None of their injuries appeared to be life-threatening. The driver of the Lincoln was taken into custody by responding officers.

The driver of the Lincoln is being questioned by police.

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