Protesters in Sacramento, California were seen blocking traffic and jumping on police cars at a protest ahead of President Donald Trump’s visit Monday.
Two were hsopitalized and several more were injured after one was thrown off the hood of a police car and others were hit by a car trying to pass the crowd, according to multiple reports.
A crowd of Trump supporters and a crowd of anti-Trump protesters gathered in the street, according to NBC Bay Area reporter Jodi Hernandez. (RELATED: Protesters March Through New York City, Six Arrested In Scuffle With NYPD)
President Trump’s visit has brought out supporters and protesters. Demonstrators currently in the middle of Watt Ave. pic.twitter.com/eChhcxy5Hu
— Jodi Hernandez (@JodiHernandezTV) September 14, 2020
Footage showed a protester jumping on the hood of a police car and attempting to climb up the windshield as the crowd surrounded the car. When the police officer began driving away, the protester was thrown off and was seen lying on the pavement.
Our camera was rolling when anti- Trump protestors surrounded a CHP patrol car. One person climbed on the hood and the officer drove forward. Two people were injured…one was taken to