Three police officers and a civilian were seriously injured last night when a car deliberately crashed into a police vehicle during George Floyd's protests in Denver.
At around 11:00 p.m., the Chevrolet with Wyoming plates tore down the street near the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in the city center.
In footage, the car's tires can be heard screeching across the asphalt before it races through an intersection where several police vehicles are parked.
It comes when rioters in the United States took to the streets for the fifth time in a row to demonstrate against the murder of Floyd, a black man who died in police custody on Monday after white policeman Derek Chauvin knelt on his neck. Chauvin was indicted on Friday for third degree murder and manslaughter.
At around 11:00 p.m., the Chevrolet with Wyoming plates tore down the street near the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in the city center
The car is racing across the sidewalk towards police vehicles that were parked at an intersection last night
In footage from the slaughter, the tires of the car can be heard screeching across the asphalt before it races through an intersection where several police vehicles are parked
Additional footage of the Denver scene last night is said to show that one of the officers injured during the escape was loaded into the back of an ambulance.
The police were able to disperse most of the crowds after the curfew entered the city at 8:00 p.m.
Around 18 protesters were arrested, including two for crimes. However, the police said the night was quieter than Thursday and Friday.
A total of 11 states and the District of Columbia had activated the National Guard in the early hours of Sunday when law enforcement collapsed under the strain of the protests.
In Minneapolis, demonstrators were seen fleeing after police drove tear gas into the crowd while some fired fireworks at officers.
The National Guard was activated to protect the White House from attack when local intelligence agents fought to keep control over the crowds descending on the U.S. government headquarters.
Minneapolis: On the fifth day of the protests against Floyd's death, tear gas and fireworks take to the streets on Saturday evening
Chicago: A police vehicle in Chicago is set on fire in violent protests and bricked
New York: A New York City police vehicle burns after protesters set it on fire
The Big Apple was on fire as NYPD vehicles were set on fire and searched, while shocking pictures of police officers arrested and protesters were arrested.
A man was seriously injured in Dallas when he was attacked and trampled by a group of people when he allegedly tried to defend a business with a large sword.
In Atlanta, a police officer suffered "significant injuries" when he was hit by an ATV, while in Chicago, a man commanded and rode a police horse.
Los Angeles deployed the National Guard for the first time since the 1992 riots when the police officers who beat up the black Rodney King went free of charges and the governor of California, Gavin Newsom, declared the state of emergency in LA County.
States that called for guard assistance included California, Georgia, Minnesota, Missouri, Nevada, Ohio, Tennessee, Texas, Utah and the state of Washington.
Washington DC: A car burns on a street near the White House on Saturday night
Washington DC: A park policeman shoots rubber bullets at protesters who have gathered outside the White House
Washington DC: Fireworks are hurled by a protester and detonated by a police line
There are now at least 25 cities imposing curfews to control riots and looting, including San Francisco, Atlanta, Louisville, Los Angeles, Portland, Colombia, South Carolina, Cincinnati, Cleveland, and Seattle.
Since Thursday, more than 1,300 people have been arrested in 16 cities, including over 500 on Friday in Los Angeles.
Donald Trump has warned the army to go out on the streets in four hours – the first time in nearly 20 years during the 1992 LA riots over policemen being beaten against Black Rodney King.
Minnesota – where Floyd died – bore the brunt of the protests that began there on Tuesday before spreading across the country.
There were still riots in the early morning hours of Sunday. Minneapolis police reported a large group of demonstrators on foot and in vehicles throwing missiles at police officers.
Washington DC: A protester holds up a sign saying "Stop killing us" while a pack of military police can be seen in the background
Washington DC: Protesters gesture next to a fire during a rally near the White House
Washington DC: The seat of government was threatened by demonstrators who led to the activation of the National Guard in Washington DC
Minnesota Commissioner for Corrections, Paul Schnell, announced early Sunday that there were "dozens" of arrests during the night, but no "significant" injuries.
The Minnesota National Guard announced at 10:30 p.m. It sent 10,800 soldiers to fight the protests on Saturday night when people's requests to watch curfews fell on deaf ears.
The Minnesota National Guard said on Twitter that it already has more than 4,100 citizen soldiers and airmen in the twin cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul, and has increased it to an incredible 10,800.
Only 700 were on duty on Friday.
State police were seen in masses around the fifth police station on Saturday evening after officials insisted that the city be brought under control after four nights of widespread destruction, including an alleged looter who was shot, companies burned down, and police officers forced to do so to flee her life when a police station was stormed and set on fire.
Washington DC: The National Guard was activated in Washington DC to help protect the White House
New York: A vehicle burns near New York's Union Square on Saturday evening
New York: A vehicle burns near New York's Union Square when more than a dozen protests spark the Big Apple
New York: NYPD officers are ready with their truncheons after Trump praised their reaction – despite footage showing mutlipel scenes where police officers used violence against demonstrators on Friday
The city was full of smoke on Saturday as protesters fired and lit fires.
Hundreds of demonstrators had gathered in front of the fifth district and were driven by teardrop gas and rubber bullets by state police officers.
The footage showed that the demonstrators had withdrawn as the officials expanded their circle around the area. They defended the police station for fear that it could be stormed and set on fire as if the third district were Thursday.
People marching from Minneapolis to St. Paul were also hit by tear gas from officials who stopped them and let masses flee from the strong chemical.
This is because Governor Tim Walz has warned that a renewed increase in coronavirus cases could hit residents since thousands have taken to the streets in protests while admitting that the state's prisons are not the number in custody taken persons may contain.
New York: NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio and President Trump clashed Saturday night over New York's response to the escalating crisis
New York: A patrol car burns in Brooklyn, protesting Floyd's death for two nights