The Empire State Building went dark Wednesday evening to honor the victims of Tuesday's deadly attack in New York City.
Our lights will go dark this evening in sympathy for the victims of yesterday’s tragic event in New York City. ????: @isardasorensen pic.twitter.com/k3qFjb4Ri6— Empire State Bldg (@EmpireStateBldg) November 1, 2017
Eight people were killed when a truck was driven down a bike lane in lower Manhattan.
On Tuesday night, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo ordered One World Trade Center, blocks from where the attack occurred, to be lit in red, white, and blue "in honor of freedom and democracy."
Federal prosecutors have filed terrorism charges against the suspect in the attack, Sayfullo Habibullaevic Saipov.