New York Bombing Suspect Unconscious, Intubated; Police Say They Have Yet To Question Him

International Business Times

New York bombing suspect Ahmad Rahami is reported intubated and unconscious Wednesday at University Hospital in Newark, New Jersey, where he was taken following a shootout with police. Rahami has been charged with Saturday's bombing in the Chelsea section of Manhattan that left 31 people injured. Newark FBI spokesman Bob Reilly said Rahami had undergone surgery and police have yet to interrogate him. Rahami is suspected of placing an explosive device that detonated in a Dumpster as well as a pressure-cooker device several blocks away that failed to detonate. He also is expected to placing a pipe bomb in a garbage can along a race route in Seaside Park, New Jersey.