Coordinated terror attacks in multiple locations in Paris last night took the lives of at least 127 people and injured at least 180 others, making the attacks the most violent act France has faced since World War II and the deadliest attack in Europe since the 2004 Madrid bombings.
Authorities have stepped up security, with additional police deployed all around New York City as well as at airports and at the Hudson bridges and tunnels. ISIS, in claiming responsibility for the attacks, referred to them as the “first of the storm.”
— NYPD NEWS (@NYPDnews) November 13, 2015
We are working with our Homeland Security Dept and NJ State Police to make sure that all steps are taken to protect NJ after Paris attacks
— Governor Christie (@GovChristie) November 14, 2015