Los 29 heridos en explosión de Nueva York dejaron el hospital

NEW YORK, NY - JANUARY 30:  New York City Mayor Bill DeBlasio speaks at a press conference to announce the city will not appeal a judge's ruling that the police tactic "Stop-and-Frisk" is unconstitutional, which the judge had ruled over last summer, on January 30, 2014 in in the Brownsville neighborhood of the Brooklyn borough ofNew York City.  DeBlasio, who campaigned for mayor saying he would stop "stop-and-frisk," stands in stark contrast to his predecessor, Mayor Michael Bloomberg, who staunchly defended the tactic.  (Photo by Andrew Burton/Getty Images)
NEW YORK, NY - JANUARY 30: New York City Mayor Bill DeBlasio speaks at a press conference to announce the city will not appeal a judge's ruling that the police tactic "Stop-and-Frisk" is unconstitutional, which the judge had ruled over last summer, on January 30, 2014 in in the Brownsville neighborhood of the Brooklyn borough ofNew York City. DeBlasio, who campaigned for mayor saying he would stop "stop-and-frisk," stands in stark contrast to his predecessor, Mayor Michael Bloomberg, who staunchly defended the tactic. (Photo by Andrew Burton/Getty Images)

NUEVA YORK. Las 29 personas que resultaron heridas en la explosión de una bomba en Nueva York salieron del hospital mientras los investigadores trataban de determinar las motivaciones del ataque, dijo este domingo el alcalde Bill de Blasio.

“No sabemos la motivación, no sabemos su naturaleza”, dijo De Blasio en una conferencia de prensa al día siguiente del bombazo.

Explicó que no está claro si obedece a motivos políticos o personales.