WATCH | Fewer than 48 hours after a pressure-cooker bomb detonated in Manhattan's Chelsea neighborhood and injured 29 people, New York City residents' reactions ranged from irked to undaunted.
Residents spoke with Circa on Monday, when suspect Ahmad Khan Rahami was taken into custody.
'We're going to be OK'
"My first reaction was that, 'Oh, that's a little scary,' because I only live, like, a mile away," Ishaan Nagpal told Circa.
Another New York City resident, Michael Pettey, said he initially was unnerved by the news but found normalcy in an unusual sight.
"There was an Abraham Lincoln impersonator who was drunk that was talking to the cops. And I thought to myself, 'You know what? We're going to be OK."
It's just scary. If 9/11 can happen, then anything else could just happen.
Yemisi Onayemi said she thinks things are OK now, but she worried past events may impact the future.
I'm going to continue to go live my life. There's no way that I'm going to stay clear of dumpsters or anything, you know?
But Pettey said his day-to-day life will not change because of Saturday's explosion.
New York fears ranked— Bobby Big Wheel (@BobbyBigWheel) September 19, 2016
1. Pushed into subway tracks
2. Seamless outage
3. Have to go to Times Square
4. Fav dive bar gentrified
The Twitter humor account @BobbyBigWheel seemed equally unfazed by Saturday's events.