Graphic video shows moment when car drives through protesters

Graphic video shows moment when car drives through protestersA disturbing video from Charlottesville, Va., shows the moment a driver appears to purposely ram through a crowd of people protesting a rally of white nationalists. At least one person died and 19 were hospitalized as a result.


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