The authorities of new York refused to cancel the parade on the occasion of Halloween attack

The authorities of new York did not cancel the traditional parade on the occasion of Halloween because of the terrorist attack that occurred in the city on Tuesday, October 31. It is reported CBS New York.

“The parade will start at 19 hours under heavy guard,” said the police in new York.

The police said that they will have additional resources that will help to prevent the recurrence of the attack.

On Tuesday at 15:15 local time (22:15 GMT) in new York’s Manhattan was a terrorist act. Behind the wheel of a truck 29-year-old native of Uzbekistan, Saipov Saifulla left on the bike path and ran over a few cyclists, then he crashed into a school bus. Thereafter, Saipov with a paintball gun left the car and opened fire, but was wounded in the abdomen by return fire from police. He was admitted to hospital.

As a result eight people died. Eye-witnesses claim that during the shooting of a man screaming “Allahu Akbar!”.

Hitting was carried out near the skyscraper One World Trade Center. It is built near the place where were the twin towers destroyed in the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001.