A driver began honking his car’s horn at a group of demonstrators during a solidarity rally for Michael Brown in Minneapolis on Tuesday, before running down a woman in the street. She appeared to be stuck under the vehicle’s front left tire and was dragged several yards. The Subaru stopped for a moment as angry people banged on its windshield and windows. The driver escaped from the screaming mob and drove slowly down the street, avoiding other pedestrians and cars.
The woman was attended to by paramedics and taken to Regions Hospital in St. Paul with minor injuries, according to Minneapolis police spokesman John Elder.
The male driver, who has not been identified, eventually stopped near East 31st Street and 42nd Avenue South and is cooperating with police.
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(h/t: The Blaze)
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