NY holds annual Halloween parade hours after deadly attack

NY holds annual Halloween parade hours after deadly attack

NY holds annual Halloween parade hours after deadly attack

Just hours after the deadliest terror attack in New York City since 9/11, residents refused to let fear ruin their Halloween plans.

At least 8 people dead and more than a dozen others injured, but Halloween rages on.

The NYPD and Federal Bureau of Investigation are still investigating Tuesday's attack.

And costumed New Yorkers flooded the streets for the annual Village Halloween Parade less than a mile from where the attack took place. The suspect, Sayfullo Habibullaevic Saipov, is from Uzbekistan and entered the U.S.in 2010 through the State Department's Diversity Visa Program.

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The driver eventually came to a stop beneath the TriBeCa Bridge at Chambers Street where he got out of the auto and was shot. The NYPD added extra officers, heavy weapons teams and sand trucks as protective blockers along the parade route, and officials emphasized that New Yorkers should feel safe.

The parade will kick off at 7 p.m. under heightened security. More police everywhere- you'll see them in the airports, you'll see them in the tunnels, ' Cuomo said.

"Even though we're shaking, we're still strong", Seattle native Em Weiss said. Among those joining the march were New York Mayor Bill de Blasio and New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo.

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