Eight people were killed and 11 others injured as his truck carved a path of destruction through several blocks of Lower Manhattan yesterday.
As in the wake of jihadist attacks across the world in both the West and Muslim-majority countries, people in Paterson said Tuesday's attacker and IS-sympathizers knew nothing of religion.
US justice officials announced today they had found a second Uzbek man they were seeking in relation to the New York attack that killed eight people on a cycling and jogging path.
In 2015, lottery applications were received for more than 14 million people, and 49,377 won green cards, including 2,524 Uzbeks.
The suspect, Sayfullo Saipov, was shot by police at the end of the rampage in lower Manhattan Tuesday but was expected to recover from his wounds.
Police say the attack that transformed a popular New York City bike path along the Hudson River into a scene of terror was perpetrated by a lone man they consider a terrorist.