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The Cost of Doing Business in Midtown

4:10 PM EST on November 10, 2006

New York City seems to be under some sort of SUV attack this week. In midtown this afternoon a hulking sports utility vehicle careened up onto the sidewalk and smashed through the window of the Cambridge Members clothing store on Broadway near Herald Square, according to a Streetsblog tipster. Word has it, three pedestrians were injured and are in stable condition. One mannequin is dead...

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