Month after bomb try, New Yorkers breathing easier
On a recent afternoon, Times Square brims withpeople enjoying a day out in one of the world's flashiest, most famous spots. Few cast a second glance at the parked cars flanking the sidewalk stands.
The smoking SUV found packed with propane and gasoline a monthago seems a distant memory.
Times Square worker Courtney John says, "It feels like thesafest place in New York." But, she adds, "That could change ifsomething else happens."
Suspect Faisal Shahzad was in custody two days after the May 1attack. After that - on the surface, at least - there has beendefiance and adherence to routine. Some New Yorkers say TimesSquare is back in business, although some who are there every daystill report lingering fears.
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