At least three people were hurt. It appeared the vehicle had jumped onto the curb where pedestrians were hit.
Investigators say a vehicle struck an SUV around 1:20 p.m. near Broadway and Liberty Street.
Police say none of the people who were struck have life-threatening injuries. NYPD officials said the driver of a Lincoln Continental struck a gray Ford Explorer at this intersection, struck two people and then proceeded east on Liberty street for almost a block before rear-ending a red Mercedes SUV. He added that the incident did not appear to be intentional.
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Ioc said the Lincoln's driver "did not seem to be in any medical distress" when officers found him and the heavily damaged auto.
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