Commuters relieved after NYC bomb plot arrest
Even though there was no explosion and no one was hurt, Westchester commuters were relieved to hear that an arrest was made in the recent Times Square car bomb plot.
One rider at the Dobbs Ferry train station says he feels confident in the security measures already in place in New York City, but that credit must be given to the amazing police work that led to the arrest.
Another commuter thinks that all of the cameras and surveillance devices in place in Times Square were probably the biggest help in the investigation.
Others say they are relieved but that terrorist threats are a constant and are always on the minds of New York City commuters.
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