Crisis Averted: What If the Bomb Had Gone Off?

On any other night, it was a perfect time to be in Times Square. But on Saturday night, a potential catastrophe was aimed at one of the most crowded places in the world. With unseasonably mild temperatures, more than 100,000 visitors packed into the area; side and cross walks were jammed. Then, suddenly, here in the thickest part of the square, everyone had to move. Whistles and alerts from officers rang out and sent people scurrying into stuffed hotel lobbies and side streets ......Full Story
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