Another man was struck and killed by a car in East Flatbush.
A man who recently came to the United States from Mali was taken to Bellevue Hospital on Thursday.
Ebola patient Dr. Craig Spencer was released and the mayor missed a memorial because of "a rough night."
The woman was pinned beneath an SUV on 14th Street near University Place, the FDNY and witnesses said.
A driver was critically hurt after crashing on the FDR and injuring three other people, police said.
Spencer, a Harlem resident who treated Ebola patients in Guinea, had been treated for weeks.
The Harlem doctor contracted the virus while treating patients in West Africa.
The figure is a three-fold increase over the 117 people being monitored last week.
Police said they have a suspect in custody, but a second got away.
One man was shot in the leg and the other was hit in the hand, police said.
The 41-year-old victim was stabbed in the torso with a knife, police said.
The 5-year-old boy was diagnosed with a respiratory illness and was released from Bellevue on Thursday.
The 5-year-old boy is suffering from a respiratory illness, officials said.
The boy developed a fever after returning from Guinea on a family trip, authorities said.
DNAinfo mental health columnist Morris Cohen has tips on how to stay grounded amid the Ebola scare.
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