New York residents offer pizza to police following Chelsea explosion

(STORYFUL) New York residents took the opportunity on Monday September 19 to deliver pizza to police officers monitoring the site of the weekend's bomb attack in Chelsea.

The blast went off on September 17 outside 131 West 23rd Street, injuring 29 people, according to information provided by Mayor Bill de Blasio and NYPD Commissioner James O'Neal in a press conference.

One person had a serious puncture wound, according to O'Neal. All 29 were released from hospital on September 18, according to New York Governor Andrew Cuomo.

Floridian Zach Escalante, who lives in New York, filmed a scene outside his apartment on 23rd Street, which saw pizza being offered to officers.