New images show Times Square horror

The driver and Navy veteran allegedly "wanted to kill them" as he mowed people down with his car.
3:00 | 05/20/17

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And we have new reporting about the driver who barreled into New York's Times square. The driver mowing people down, then crashing his car into a barrier. The only thing that stopped him. Nearly two dozen injured, and one tourist is dead. Prosecutors saying it was a deliberate act. Here's linsey Davis. Reporter: New disturbing video tonight of the mayhem in times square. Everyone you are about to see survived this horrific attack. The suspect in his car turning directly into helpless pedestrians. Then continues. Barreling down one of the busiest sidewalks in the world. Block after block. Appearing to aim directly at the crowds. He waited for those cars to pass and he accelerated, striking down these pedestrians. That goes to a state of mind and his motivation. Reporter: Police claim that driver, 26-year-old Richard Rojas, police claiming he said he wanted to kill them all and that police should have shot him. That's when Kenya bradix, right behind Rojas there in the hat, helped stop him. Holding Rojas' head while an officer handcuffed him. You went over there and you tackled him. You stopped him. I stopped him. That is correct. Did he say anything to you? He was just screaming but there were no words. Reporter: Rojas, handcuffed and in court today. Charged with 20 counts of attempted murder. And one count of murder. 18-year-old Alyssa ellsman visiting from Michigan losing her life. Creating 60 seconds of terror. Hitting nearly two dozen people and not stopping until it slams in these steel security barriers. Crowds all around. Tonight the NYPD crediting those ballards with saving lives. Times square, of course, one of the most watched, busiest areas in the world. And now, authorities re-evaluating security there? Reporter: Yes, the city plans to re-evaluate security. And St in the last 24 hours, they've put up these concrete barricades. And they're being extra vigilant. Thank you. There's still much more ahead on "World news tonight"

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