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Car Drives Into Crowd In Charlottesville

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News video: Car Drives Into Crowd In Charlottesvilleafter a car plowed into a group of anti-racist protesters in Charlottesville, Virginia, several people were injured. The protesters were still marching in the streets after the Unite the Right rally was earlier shut down by police. Video of the car shows it accelerating, deliberately driving down the street towards protesters before slamming into them.

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