Sources: Accused bomber’s condition improves

The condition of an accused bomber who was shot by police in Linden is allegedly improving.

The condition of an accused bomber who was shot by police in Linden is allegedly improving.

The condition of an accused bomber who was shot by police in Linden is allegedly improving. (10/8/16)

LINDEN - The condition of an accused bomber who was shot by police in Linden is allegedly improving.

Sources tell News 12 New Jersey that Ahmad Rahami has been listed in stable condition.

Rahami is accused of planting bombs in Seaside Park, New York and Elizabeth.      

He was shot several times last month during a shootout with police that led to his capture.

Rahami has been in the hospital since.

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