Journalist (English): «Did you live on the block?» SOT, Cameron, Neighbour of NY subway terror attack suspect (English): «Yeah, I live right there» New York Police Department officers closed off East 48 Street in Brooklyn, New York, on Monday as they began a forensic examination of New York subway terror attack suspect Akayed Ullah's home. Residents in the area were denied access to the... Еще area as NYPD officers began their investigations into the explosion that injured four people, including Ullah. NYPD Commissioner James O'Neill identified the suspect as 27-year-old Akayed Ullah ealier on Monday, who was found on the scene wearing an improvised low-tech explosive device. Ullah was placed in custody and taken to Bellevue Hospital with serious injuries. Three other people sustained minor injuries as a result of the explosion, said Fire Department Commissioner Daniel Nigro. Monday's explosion occurred through the passageway connecting the Times Square and Port Authority subway stations shortly before 7:30 am local time.