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Driver tried to flee deadly Times Square crash in New York

MailOnline India Thursday, 18 May 2017
Driver tried to flee deadly Times Square crash in New YorkRichard Rojas, 26, was dramatically taken into custody on Thursday after crashing into at least 22 pedestrians in New York's Times Square, killing one person and seriously injuring others.
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News video: Car Drives Onto Times Square Sidewalk Kills 1, Injures 22

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Jessica Layton reports.

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