Trains, stations, and bridges will be teeming with cops on Friday after both Gov. Cuomo and NTPD Commissioner James O’Neill ordered extra security in the wake of a terrorist attack in the London subway.
Multiple injured after ‘terrorist’ attack in London subway
“Out of an abundance of caution, I am directing state law enforcement to increase security at vital assets across New York, including airports, bridges, tunnels and mass transit systems,” Cuomo said in a statement early Friday.
O’Neill said cops are “closely monitoring” the situation.
The rush hour blast shook the London Underground, injuring nearly two dozen riders.
Photos from the scene show a scorched white bucket with wires coming out of it sitting on the subway floor.