Saturday night took a frightening turn in New York when a blast in a Manhattan neighborhood injured 29 people.
New York Mayor Bill DeBlasio called the attack “an intentional act,” but has not yet pointed to terrorism as the cause.
On Sunday, a video emerged of the blast.
TMZ shared a surveillance video that was pointed towards the blast. The camera was attached to a different building across the street.
The 45-second ordeal shows pedestrians running for cover in response to the explosion.
Officials spent Saturday night searching for a second device.
They came across a pressure cooker device attached to a cell phone and wires.
The device remained did not detonate.