Panic Sends People Fleeing Out of Times Square: Today on Inside Edition

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Motorcycles backfiring sent a ripple of panic through Times Square Tuesday. 

People fled the area in droves after the sound was mistaken for gunfire, banging on the doors of Broadway shows still playing in an attempt to seek safety. What to do if you find yourself in a similar situation.

When gunfire rang out in Dayton, Ohio, Camryn Crowder pulled his girlfriend Brittany Dungey to the ground and laid on top of her. They returned to the scene with Inside Edition.

When a 5-year-old boy needed pizza, he turned to the police for help. What happened next. 

And a pilot documented his crash-landing in a Canadian forest. 

For more Inside Edition stories, tune in to today's show. Check here for local listings.


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