A vehicle plowed through a crowd of Trump supporters in Yorba Linda, California, on Saturday.
The incident reportedly took place in a parking lot.
Cassandra Fairbanks reported—
Violence broke out as supporters of President Donald Trump staged a counter protest against a Black Lives Matter demonstration organized by the Urban Organizers Coalition.
The pro-Trump crowd reportedly confronted the militant leftists while chanting “USA,” leading to multiple fights prior to the car driving through the crowd of patriots.
Multiple Injuries After Car Plows Through Crowd of Trump Supporters in Yorba Linda, California #TrumpRally #MAGA2020 pic.twitter.com/AsdGjS3grv
— Conservative South Africa (@Conservative_ZA) September 27, 2020
“At least two people were injured, including a man who was bloodied. Ambulances were summoned. People chased the car, which eventually stopped and was surrounded by sheriff’s deputies,” the OC Register reports.
Someone ran their car through a crowd of Trump supporters. OC Sheriffs took the person into custody. Ambulances were dispatched, but I don’t have information on injuries pic.twitter.com/EAWBSXS8R1
— Border Photog #blm (@desertborder) September 26, 2020
A car just drove through a crowd. The crowd then chased after the white sedan. This person was hurt. pic.twitter.com/0iAhWkcRnu
— Brian Rokos (@Brian_Rokos) September 26, 2020
This is from @buffalo_baff IG LIVE pic.twitter.com/CPvivZL2Gd
— Resist, Esq. (@ResistEsq) September 26, 2020
The woman who drove through the crowd of Trump supporters was arrested and charged with attempted murder.
The “woman” who drove through a crowd of Trump Supporters in Yorba Linda, CA, has been arrested and charged with Attempted murder!!
Great work police!! pic.twitter.com/34QDjF8nub
— Cali-Conservative (@CaliConserv1) September 27, 2020
According to the Orange County Journal the 40-year-old driver of the car was arrested on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon and attempted murder. At least two people had major injuries and were transported to a hospital but were expected to survive.