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Times Square: Subway Station and Pipe Bomb

times square: The device did not fully detonate, and Ullah was the only one seriously hurt in the Monday morning attack, according to CBC. At the hospital where he was taken with burns on his hands and torso, he told officers, I did it for the Islamic State, according to the criminal complaint. Akayed Ullah, 27, was accused of detonating a pipe bomb strapped to his body in an underground passageway between Times Square the city's busiest subway station and the bustling Port Authority Bus Terminal. Also, a search of his Brooklyn apartment turned up a passport in his name, scrawled with the words O AMERICA, DIE IN YOUR RAGE, authorities said. His court-appointed lawyer did not immediately return a message seeking comment. He was expected to appear before a magistrate, though it was not immediately clear if he was well enough to go to court. ( As reported in the news.