People Struck By Car In Lower Manhattan


A vehicle jumped the curb and struck three pedestrians on a sidewalk in Lower Manhattan Thursday afternoon, police said.

Three people were taken to the hospital following a "serious collision" near Liberty Street and Broadway, just blocks from One World Trade Center in lower Manhattan. It jumped a curb during the crash. Three more people were hurt when the auto went up on the sidewalk.

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Investigators say a auto struck an SUV around 1:20 p.m. near Broadway and Liberty Street. There conditions were not immediately known but they were not believed to be life-threatening injuries. Authorities were working to determine whether the crash was intentional.

Initial reports said the driver of the vehicle was arrested.

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