Commute is back to normal as NYers shrug off terror attack

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NEW YORK (AP) - New York subway riders are shrugging off the city's latest terrorist attack.
    
The underground passageway at the Times Square station was crowded with commuters Tuesday, a day after it was targeted by a would-be suicide bomber.
    
The only sign of Monday's explosion was an increased police presence in the station and in the block-long passageway.
    
Riders said they had no qualms about returning to the station where police say Akayed Ullah set off a crude pipe bomb.
    
Commuter Jennifer Farinas said New York is a resilient city. Her approach is to go on with life and do the best she can.
    
Ullah was the only person seriously injured in Monday's explosion.

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12/12/2017 11:21:45 AM (GMT -5:00)
 

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