On Thursday, a speeding car smashed into pedestrians on a sidewalk in New York City's Times Square, claiming 1 life and injuring 22 others.
Bill de Blasio, Mayor of New York told reporters that there weren't any indications to prove that it was an act of terror.
The driver had already been arrested twice before, for drunk driving.
The car crash in Times Square
Accident took place near Thomson Reuters headquarters
The accident took place at 12:00 (local time) and resulted in the death of an 18-year-old woman.
According to witness accounts, the driver was driving against traffic before his burgundy Honda sedan mounted the sidewalk and hit pedestrians.
The crash took place near the headquarters of the Thomson Reuters news agency.
Television footage displayed police officers restraining a man in a dark T-shirt.
20 May 2017
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Three people remained critical a day after a car ploughed into pedestrians in NY's Times Square. One was killed and 20 injured.
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Victims- One sister dead, another fights for life
The woman killed has been identified as 18-year-old Alyssa Elsman from Michigan, who was on vacation with her family. Her sister remains critical, with a broken pelvis and collapsed lung. Another 38-year-old Canadian woman is also critical.
The driver, formerly with the navy, was intoxicated
Richard Rojas, the 26-year-old motorist, has prior convictions for drunk driving and has been arrested at least twice, including over "misdemeanor battery".
Police said he was intoxicated and had been speeding for three blocks.
However, there was no other incident in the 1.5 hours since he had left home.
He is now facing charges of murder, attempted murder and vehicular homicide.