News | 2 months ago
Car crashes into crowd protesting against white supremacists march in Virginia
Despite a state of emergency being called, the situation continues to deteriorate

The situation in Charlottesville has continued to deteriorate throughout the day.

On Saturday, a "Unite the Right" march took place in Charlottesville, Virginia.

Following early reports of violence between white supremacists and peaceful protesters, a state of emergency was declared in the area, but even that did nothing to stem the issue.

Some of the people present were recording the protest when a car suddenly rammed into the crowd, causing a multi-vehicle accident, before reversing and rapidly speeding away.

There has been no confirmation of the number of people injured in the incident, or the extent of those injuries.

WARNING: viewer discretion is advised for the following footage.

Others have taken to Twitter to report further escalations in the area, including how the local authorities are attempting to deal with the situation:

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