NEW SHOCKING VIDEO of the Times Square car attack released (VERY DISTURBING)

Times Square attack video

New video of the Times Square car attack that killed a young woman has surfaced. The video shows the violent rampage as Richard Rojas drove through a sidewalk filled with pedestrians.

The Times Square attack video, shown below, includes security footage from several locations, including a Walgreens and Chase Bank near the beginning of the rampage.

The end of the attack is also seen, as the car hits a concrete post. Rojas is also seen being restrained by onlookers and a bouncer. He has now been charged with one count of murder and 20 counts of attempted murder.

More from The Daily Mail.

Harrowing video footage has emerged of a driver believed to be high on synthetic marijuana plowing into pedestrians at ferocious speed in Times Square before getting out of his car to fight passers by.

The 50-second clip captures the driver, identified as 26-year-old Richard Rojas of the Bronx, hurtling down the sidewalk in his maroon Honda Sedan which is brought to an immediate halt by bollards.

Had the safety posts not been there to stop the speeding car, there were dozens of pedestrians just feet away on the other side who would have been mowed down in the deadly attack.

Moments earlier, the crazed driver killed an 18-year-old girl from Michigan as his car careered along the busy sidewalk.

Rojas was dramatically taken into custody on Thursday having seriously injured 22 others when he drove through crowds at the popular tourist destination.

Rojas was reportedly high on synthetic marijuana at the time of the incident. He says he intentionally drove through the crowd with the intent of killing people and forcing police to kill him.

Here is the video. Warning: the content is graphic and disturbing.

Our thoughts and prayers are with the victims.

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