In Minneapolis, USA, a man drove into a crowd of protesters

In the city of Minneapolis, Minnesota, a man drove into a crowd of protesters over the death of Winston Smith, a black American. This was reported Monday, June 14, by the Telegram channel Police Frequency.

It is pointed out that as a result of the incident three people were taken to the hospital, and the suspect was arrested and taken into custody.

Protests erupted in Minneapolis after a 32-year-old African American man was shot during an arrest. Police obtained a warrant to detain Smith in connection with charges of unlawful possession of a weapon. While attempting to apprehend him, Smith opened fire on police officers from a parked car.

Earlier in the day, it was reported that a car drove into a crowd of spectators at a race in a deserted area in the Northern Territory of Australia, killing one person and injuring two others.

Also on June 14 it became known that a car also drove into a crowd at a race in the U.S. state of Texas, resulting in 29 people injured. The incident occurred in a town called Fabens. As a result of the car drove into the crowd eight people were hospitalized, three of them in critical condition.