Sink explosion causes panic in New York's Times Square

Sink explosion causes panic in New York's Times Square An explosion in one of the sewers caused panic in the famous "Times Square" in New York City.  For its part, the US authorities reported that several fires broke out in the sewers in "Times Square" in New York on Sunday evening (local time), but there were no reports of injuries.  The New York City Fire Department reported that firefighters searched the surrounding areas for any elevated levels of carbon monoxide.  A spokesperson issued a statement saying: "One of the sewers in the Times Square area exploded due to cable failure, and another manhole was burning..At this time, there was no interruption to customers, and there were no reports of injuries or property damage..Our crew It's still on site."     The Capitol Inquiry Committee: We Have Enough Evidence to Refer Trump to the Criminal Court  Republican Representative Liz Cheney announced that the congressional committee investigating the storming of the Capitol on January 6, 2021 has sufficient evidence to bring criminal charges against former President Donald Trump.  "What President Trump was doing and what a number of people around him were doing was illegal, and they knew that and they did what they did," Cheney said.  "The committee has not made a decision whether to move forward with this decision (to bring criminal charges against Trump)," she added.  And she continued, "I think what we saw was a large, organized and planned effort that used multiple tools to try to overturn the election results."  She explained that the committee "has obtained a huge amount of testimonies and documents that clearly show the extent of planning, organization and purpose."  Source: agencies

An explosion in one of the sewers caused panic in the famous "Times Square" in New York City.

For its part, the US authorities reported that several fires broke out in the sewers in "Times Square" in New York on Sunday evening (local time), but there were no reports of injuries.

The New York City Fire Department reported that firefighters searched the surrounding areas for any elevated levels of carbon monoxide.

A spokesperson issued a statement saying: "One of the sewers in the Times Square area exploded due to cable failure, and another manhole was burning..At this time, there was no interruption to customers, and there were no reports of injuries or property damage..Our crew It's still on site."

The Capitol Inquiry Committee: We Have Enough Evidence to Refer Trump to the Criminal Court

Republican Representative Liz Cheney announced that the congressional committee investigating the storming of the Capitol on January 6, 2021 has sufficient evidence to bring criminal charges against former President Donald Trump.

"What President Trump was doing and what a number of people around him were doing was illegal, and they knew that and they did what they did," Cheney said.

"The committee has not made a decision whether to move forward with this decision (to bring criminal charges against Trump)," she added.

And she continued, "I think what we saw was a large, organized and planned effort that used multiple tools to try to overturn the election results."

She explained that the committee "has obtained a huge amount of testimonies and documents that clearly show the extent of planning, organization and purpose."

Source: agencies
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