A auto jumped the curb and struck three pedestrians on a sidewalk in Lower Manhattan Thursday afternoon, police said.
It happened about 1:15 in the area of Liberty St. and Broadway.
The five victims are not believed to have life threatening injuries.
Further details were not immediately available.
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It then hit another vehicle and veered onto the pavement, knocking down pedestrians.
The auto kept going, crushing the back of a third vehicle before coming to a stop. Authorities were working to determine whether the crash was intentional.
The driver of the Lincoln Town Car is being questioned as to why he continued after the first collision.
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