A reported lone bomber is in custody after detonating a rudimentary pipe bomb in a subway passageway near New York City’s Times Square during this morning’s rush hour.
The bomber is reported to be a 27-year-old male Bangladeshi national living in Brooklyn, NY. The bomber is believed to be the only one injured, according to multiple reports.
We caution that in major developing stories like this, initial reports are likely to be different from corroborated or officially-announced facts that are revealed later.
An example is the uncorroborated claim from former New York City Police Commissioner Bill Bratton that the bomber was “inspired by ISIS.” The connection to any known terror group has not officially been made, and it is unclear what proof Bratton has which the authorities otherwise either do not have or are not revealing to the public. Nevertheless, this claim is dominating much of what passes for instant news reporting, at least on social media.
The bomb was detonated in one of the several dozen hallways and passageways beneath the street surface, connecting the large Port Authority Bus Terminal with various subway stations stretching two wide city blocks extending west to east between Ninth Avenue and Seventh Avenue (right beneath Times Square).
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