What we know about the deadly “act of terror” near the World Trade Center site in New York

Graphic images captured at the scene of the terrorist truck attack in Manhattan that killed eight people and injured at least a dozen more have emerged. They show the suspect, victims and emergency responders in the wake of the deadly incident.
The suspect drove a truck rented from Home Depot along a bike path in Manhattan’s Tribeca neighborhood for at least 10 blocks on Tuesday. Police said the suspect deliberately hit a school bus, and witnesses say they heard the driver yell, “Allah u akbar,” before leaving the vehicle.
Police eventually apprehended the suspect, who is believed to be a so-called “lone wolf” attacker.
The suspect is seen fleeing on foot in a Snapchat video taken by Tawhid Kabir.
The suspect is also seen exiting a Home Depot truck, and fleeing on foot, as shown in another video taken by Kabir.
A video allegedly showing the immediate fallout from the incident is graphic.
More footage of the incident post-attack, shows authorities at the scene of the crime.
New York City Police cordoned off the area after the attack.  
Multiple views of the crime scene were caught on video
An alleged eyewitness described the event as the aftermath of the fatal attack unfolded in downtown Manhattan.
The suspect was lying down on the ground after police apprehended him, and is shown being taken into custody.
Police stated that they were not seeking another suspect in relation to the fatal incident.
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