Sunnyvale Crash May Be ‘Domestic Terrorism,’ Driver Accelerated Into Pedestrians
The FBI was assisting Sunnyvale police Wednesday in investigating a driver who allegedly intentionally slammed his vehicle into eight people on a Sunnyvale street, severely injuring several of them. Anne Makovec reports. (4/24/19)

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