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New York Emergency Crews Respond to Blast Scene

Emergency crews responded to the scene of an explosion that rocked a crowded Manhattan neighborhood on Saturday night and injured 29 people.

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Crime scene investigators work at the scene of Saturday's explosion on 23rd street between 6th and 7th in Manhattan's Chelsea neighborhood, in New York, on Sept. 18, 2016

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Members of the FBI and other law enforcement officers carry out investigations at the scene.

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Image: Onlookers stand behind a police cordon near the site of an explosion in Manhattan, New York

Onlookers stand behind a police cordon near the site of the explosion.

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A New York City Police emergency services officer and his dog check a garbage can close to the scene.

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Image: New York City police and firefighters stand near the site of an explosion in the Chelsea neighborhood of Manhattan, New York

Police and firefighters work near the site of the explosion.

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New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, right, walks from the scene on Sunday.

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Emergency crews respond to the scene.

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Police keep watch at a subway entrance close to the scene.

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Firefighters arrive at the scene.

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A vehicle with a blown out window is parked close to the scene.

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People engage police close to the scene.

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Image: Police officers arrive to keep watch near the site of an explosion in New York

New York City Police Department officers arrive to keep watch near the site of the explosion.

Read: 29 Hurt in NYC Blast; Possible Secondary Device Found Nearby

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