New Yorkers will have to “stay vigilant” over the next few days while the NYPD and federal law enforcement agencies search for answers about the bomb that exploded on a busy Manhattan street, Mayor de Blasio said Sunday.
Appearing alongside Police Commissioner James O’Neill and federal investigators, de Blasio said the massive blast that rocked 23rd St. in Chelsea Saturday night was definitely a bomb — but he stopped short of labeling it the work of terrorists.
“We are working very, very closely with the FBI to determine exactly what happened here,” the mayor said.
“We are not going to jump to conclusions,” he added.
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