New York Port Authority attack: Man hold after Manhattan blast

Media captionThe blast strike during New York’s rush-hour – this is how events unfolded

A male is being hold after an attempted apprehension conflict during New York City’s categorical train terminal.

“Terrorists won’t win,” Mayor Bill de Blasio pronounced after a blast during a Port Authority depot in Manhattan during a morning rush hour on Monday.

The suspect, Akayed Ullah, a 27-year-old Bangladeshi immigrant, was harmed by a “low-tech explosve device” strapped to his body, officials say.

Three other people suffered teenager wounds when it blew adult in an underpass.

A print present on amicable media shows a man, pronounced to be Akayed Ullah, fibbing on a belligerent with his garments ripped and lacerations on his top body.

Mayor De Blasio pronounced he was believed to have acted alone.

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Media captionNYC military commissioner: ‘Suspect has browns and wounds to body’

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said: “This is New York. The existence is that we are a aim by many who would like to make a matter opposite democracy, opposite freedom.

“We have a Statue of Liberty in a gulf and that creates us an general target.”

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Akayed Ullah is a 27-year-old Bangladeshi immigrant

The blast occurred during about 07:30 (12:30 GMT). Andre Rodriguez, 62, told a New York Times: “I was going by a turnstile. It sounded like an explosion, and everybody started running.”

Another eyewitness, Alicja Wlodkowski, told Reuters news organisation that she had seen a organisation of about 60 people running. “A lady fell. And nobody even went to stop and assistance her given a panic was so scary,” she said.

Nearby transport stations were evacuated, and a Port Authority Bus Terminal temporarily shut.

It is a biggest and busiest train depot in a world, portion some-more than 65 million people a year.

The suspect’s home in a New York City precinct of Brooklyn is being searched, a New York Times reports.

He might have been recently operative during an electrical company, according to a New York Post.

Mr Ullah emigrated to a US on a family visa in 2011. The Bangladeshi supervision pronounced he had no rapist record in a country, that he final visited in September.

White House mouthpiece Sarah Sanders claimed that if Mr Trump’s due immigration crackdown had already been in place, “the assailant would have never been authorised to come into a country”.

“This conflict underscores a need for Congress to work with a boss on immigration reforms that raise a inhabitant confidence and open safety,” she combined during a daily news lecture on Monday.

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Several blocks of a city have been cordoned off

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