Local residents and business owners take the stand on day three of the Chelsea bombing trial.

Residents near the explosion described their apartments shaking moments after the blast while local business owners described the structural damage to their buildings.

FBI agents also presented some of the evidence they recovered at the scene including parts of the rigged pressure cooker and a cell phone.

Yesterday, prosecutors presented this surveillance video they say shows Ahmad Rahimi walking with several bags packed with pressure cooker bombs.

Thirty people were hurt last year when a bomb went off on 23rd Street between 6th and 7th Avenues.

They believe Rahimi planted that bomb and another in the neighborhood that never went off, and one in New Jersey.

Rahimi was arrested days later after a shootout with police.

He pleaded not guilty to all charges and is being held without bail.