There is a big difference between what the public is seeing on the news and what real life actually looks like.
And that difference can have huge consequences.
A car bomb in downtown Manhattan, December 18, 2017.
(Photo: Evan Vucci/AP)The New York Times ran a story on Thursday titled: “Car bomb at car rental company in downtown New York.
Is it a bomb?.”
The story noted that the explosion was not believed to be an act of terrorism.
The NYT reported that an NYPD bomb squad was on scene and that an explosive device had been discovered at the site of the car explosion.
It also noted that police believe that a car rental service was targeted by the device.
A statement from the NYPD confirmed that the car bombing occurred at a rental car company, but did not identify any suspects.
The car bombing was the first major act of terror to hit Manhattan since the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.
There were no fatalities or serious injuries in the car blast.
The explosion occurred at 5:10 p.m. in the downtown area of the city.
The explosion damaged a number of businesses, including a car dealership and a hotel.
The Times article noted that a number or people were seen fleeing the scene in a white van.
The New Yorker published an article about the explosion, which it called a “car bomb” and said was detonated by an “unknown source.”
The article said that the device was a small bomb that exploded with no explosive residue.
It also reported that the van, which was not damaged, was found parked at a hotel, where police said they found a backpack containing explosives and a video of a man being arrested.
The van was reportedly parked in the parking lot of the downtown Hotel Manhattan.
A video shows a man holding an object that appears to be a bomb on Dec. 18, 2020.
The object was recovered at the scene.
(Video: CBS News)”We have a person of interest,” New York Police Commissioner James O’Neill said in a press conference.
“This was an act that is very, very, complex.”
Authorities did not immediately provide any details on the man in custody or any of the vehicles or people seen fleeing from the scene, although one person was seen driving the van.
In an email to The New Yorker, the city’s transportation commissioner said that police had recovered a small amount of explosive material from the van that appeared to be related to the bomb.
A source with direct knowledge of the investigation told the New Yorker that the suspect was a man in his 20s, and he was described as white, 6 feet tall and weighing 200 pounds.
He was wearing a white shirt and blue jeans.
Authorities did find a video on a smartphone of a person who appeared to have a bomb vest on and said the device had a device with a device on the side.
A police source told CBS News that the video was taken outside the Manhattan Marriott hotel, which is located at 8 Park Avenue and 9th Avenue.
Police have not released any additional information on the location of the device, or any other details on its origins.
Police said they had not yet identified the suspect.
A number of other explosive devices have been found in New York City since the 9/11 attacks.
The city is on high alert for any future acts of terror.