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2 killed in police helicopter crash near Charlottesville, Virginia
13 August 2017, 10:31 | Elsie Buchanan
Different groups of protesters clashed with hundreds of white nationalists, Ku Klux Klan members and neo-Nazis throughout the day ahead of the noon rally, but they began to disperse after Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe declared a state of emergency and police told attendees to depart.
Police said Lieutenant H Jay Cullen of Midlothian and Trooper-Pilot Burke M.M. Bates of Quinton were killed in the crash.
According to one witness who claims he was hit, protestors opposing the Unite the Right rally were obstructing three cars.
The incident happened just after 5 p.m. EST near a golf course just east of town.
Trump said "many sides" were involved in the Charlottesville incidents, drawing fire from across the political spectrum for not specifically denouncing the far right.
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A police cruiser shown amid protests and counter-demonstrators descended on the small city of Charlottesville, Virginia, Saturday. "These heroes were a part of our family and we are simply heartbroken".
Republican elected officials, who increasingly have been putting distance between themselves and President Trump, jumped quickly away from him Saturday after his equivocating response to the violence in Charlottesville, Va. Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., tweeted that Trump "needs to speak out against the poisonous resurgence of white supremacy".
The FBI and federal prosecutors announced Saturday night that a civil rights investigation will be opened into the vehicular death of a 32-year-old woman during a white nationalist rally Saturday.
White nationalists gathered in Charlottesville for the "Unite the Right" protest aimed at stopping the removal of a statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee, which city council voted to remove from a park formerly named after the Confederate leader in April.
GettyRescue workers move victims on stretchers after vehicle plowed through a crowd of counter-demonstrators marching through the downtown shopping district August 12, 2017 in Charlottesville, Virginia. Though there was no confirmation as to how the death had occurred, a auto that ran into a crowd of protesters left multiple injuries.
McAuliffe said at a news conference earlier in the day that three people had died, apparently a reference to the woman who died in the auto crash and the two victims of the helicopter crash.
A state of emergency has now been declared in Virginia.
Colleen Cook, 26, stood on a curb shouting at the rally attendees to go home.
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"Go home, You are not wanted in this great commonwealth".
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