"Serious collision" shuts down traffic near World Trade Center in lower Manhattan

Car Crash Injures At Least Six Near World Trade Center In Lower Manhattan

Car Crash Injures At Least Six Near World Trade Center In Lower Manhattan

Police say road rage may have led to a vehicle crash involving pedestrians in Lower Manhattan that left six people injured Thursday.

CBS New York reports the collision occurred around 1:20 p.m. Thursday afternoon when a Lincoln Town Car and Ford Explorer collided at Broadway and Liberty Street near Zuccotti Park.

Four people were taken to hospital but none of them are believed to hover life-threatening injuries.

Further details were not immediately available.

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Police continue to investigate the cause of the suspected road rage. A bicyclist was struck near the scene of the second crash.

Police said it appears the crash was an accident, not an intentional act.

The crime-reporting app Citizen showed crowds of people gathered as authorities worked to remove injured people from the scene and also relayed that the driver was being questioned by police.

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