Manhattan blast injures at least 29; second device found

September 18, 2016

Manhattan blast killed at least 29 people, says the police. According to the recent data, the special squad found the second device, it was another homemade bomb. The tragedy happened about 8:30 p.m. on West 23rd Street, in the bustling Chelsea neighborhood of Manhattan on Saturday night.

Manhattan police have found the second explosive device near the place where the first one exploded on Saturday night. Manhattan tragedy cost lives to 29 people, according to police.

The New York authorities found and removed the second explosive device four blocks away from Chelsea, and mayor Bill de Blasio called the explosion “an intentional act”. He added, however, there is no immediate claim of responsibility. The mayor stressed:

“Whatever the cause,New Yorkers will not be intimidated.”

The injuries of Manhattan blast are significant, but none of them were life-threatening, said mayor on Sunday on the press conference.