New Yorkers are being held in lock-down, and I just saw the police commissioner tell us that they are not going to “take it easy” on the public. The police are saying that people are in danger, and that they need to have a plan and a plan to turn around.

The NYPD has asked New Yorkers who are experiencing a panic to “calm down, stay calm, report it to a friend, or go to a news station.” If you’re a New Yorker and you feel the need to calm down, to stay calm, to report it to a friend, or go to a news station, you just need to go to a news station.

The police commissioner said the public is likely to be confused about what to do next. He said the public is not to blame for the deaths of the two New Yorkers who died in the crash. He said the NYPD is likely to take the public into consideration if they are to stop the deaths.

The police commissioner has been talking to a number of media outlets about the New York City police’s response to the two people’s deaths in a helicopter crash in the Hudson River in New York City. He said that the police are still investigating the crash and that no charges will be brought against the pilot who was driving the helicopter. He added that the police are still investigating a number of other possible causes for the deaths.

Here’s an interesting tidbit: police say they are still investigating the possibility that the pilot may be intoxicated at the time of the crash. This is because the pilot made a decision to go in the wrong direction when he made a U turn and crashed the helicopter. The pilot had a blood alcohol of 0.01% at the time.

The NTSB has been asking the media to stop reporting on their investigation, because it is apparently not a “public safety” investigation.

The NTSB is looking into the possibility that the pilot may have been distracted by alcohol at the time of the crash. Which is, of course, just another reason that the helicopter might have crashed.

The NTSB is also investigating the possibility that the pilot may have been distracted by alcohol at the time of the crash. Which is, of course, just another reason that the helicopter might have crashed.

What we are saying is that the crash occurred in an area that was heavily trafficked by alcohol, and the pilot may have been distracted by alcohol. Because the helicopter crashed into a house. This would be a huge coincidence, but let’s assume that the pilot had consumed alcohol prior to the crash. That’s enough to cause a crash. I’m not sure why that was such a big deal. The NTSB is looking into it.

The NTSB conducted a series of tests on the helicopter as a possible cause of the crash, but all the testing was done by an engineer not involved in the crash itself. So they found no evidence of any issues with the aircraft. According to the NTSB, the crash was caused by human error.

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