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Uzbek immigrant suspected in NY attack tried to start trucking companies in US

NEW YORK - Sayfullo Saipov knew his way around motor vehicles.

Although he was only 22 years old and couldn't speak English, the Uzbek immigrant - who is now suspected of killing eight people in Manhattan - was quick off his feet after arriving in the United States in 2010.

Although he moved frequently, he was clear that his career path was in driving. He tried to start at least three trucking companies - two in Ohio and one in Florida

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