(NY Post/Michael Gartland)– Four NYPD officers who responded to the Halloween terror attack on a lower Manhattan bike path were honored Monday at City Hall.
Officers Ryan Nash, Michael Welsome, Kevin McGinn and John Hasiotis received proclamations from the City Council for their work in helping to nab terror suspect Sayfullo Saipov — who is accused of using a truck to mow down at least 20 pedestrians on a bike path on Oct. 31, killing eight.
“Officers Nash, Hasiotis, Welsome and McGinn embody the tremendously selfless spirit and dedication of the NYPD,” New York City Council Speaker Mark-Viverito said.
“The council is proud to recognize them today for their quick thinking and brave efforts to stop the terrorist attack in October.”
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