Police closed intersections in Richmond, Virginia, after confrontations during a ‘Trump Train’ car parade on Sunday, November 1.
Richmond police said confrontations occurred as the rally, which originated in Henrico County, passed by the Robert E Lee monument, and that some vehicles “left the roadway and drove over grass medians in the area.” The ‘Trump Train’ mobile rally was organized by Richmond City Council Mike Dickinson.
This footage shows an individual pulling a Trump flag from the back of a pickup truck at the Robert E Lee monument circle. The flag was then set on fire.
Police confirmed a shooting also occurred, which damaged a car but caused no injuries, reports said.
Several intersections were subsequently closed, and roads leading to and from the Robert E Lee monument were monitored by police. Credit: Jody Adams via Storyful