‘Shoot me. I’m not stopping’: U-Haul Driver Hits Eight People, Leaving Two in Critical Condition

A suspect driving a U-Haul truck in New York Monday morning struck eight people and refused to stop when police arrived, Fox News Digital reports.

According to New York City Police Commissioner, Keechant Sewel, the victims, which included an officer, are all at an area hospital after the suspect started a “violent rampage” in Brooklyn. Two of the victims are said to be in critical condition.

“Shoot me. I’m not stopping,” the suspect reportedly yelled as police tried to get him to surrender.

The New York Times reports that three anonymous senior law enforcement officials said the suspect’s name is Weng Sor. He’s around 62 and doesn’t have a fixed address.

The suspect fled to the Bay Ridge area but police eventually apprehended him on Columbia Street and Hamilton Avenue and took him into custody. Police said they found water bottles, empty Styrofoam cups, cardboard, and clothing strewn inside the truck.

A bomb squad was called in, in an abundance of caution, although Sewel said law enforcement doesn’t believe this is a terrorism situation.

“At this time, we have no indication that there is any terrorism involvement in this incident,” Sewell said Monday afternoon. “However, as always, we will continue to investigate this incident with the full resources of the NYPD and our partners.”

This is a developing story and will be updated as additional information becomes available. Check back for updates.

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[Feature Photo: Police vehicles surround a truck that was stopped and the driver arrested, Monday, Feb. 13, 2023, in New York. Police stopped the U-Haul truck and detained the driver after reports that the vehicle struck multiple pedestrians in New York City on Monday. Authorities say the driver of the truck fled the scene after mounting a sidewalk in the Bay Ridge neighborhood of Brooklyn and injuring several people. (AP Photo/John Minchillo)]