NBC News reports:
Five people were injured, including two California Highway Patrol officers, in a chain-reaction crash Thursday at an anti-vaccination protest in San Francisco, authorities said.
The crash occurred shortly before 6 p.m. at the San Francisco entrance to the Golden Gate Bridge, where there was a protest billed as a “nationwide walkout” against government-mandated vaccinations against Covid-19, California Highway Patrol spokesman Andrew Barclay said.
The two officers and a Golden Gate Bridge employee were hospitalized with injuries not believed to be life-threatening, Barclay said. Two other bridge employees who were hurt were treated at the scene and released.
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VIDEO: Two CHP officers and three others were injured in a car crash on the Golden Gate Bridge near an anti-vaccine protest. Aerial footage shows hundreds surrounding the vehicle and officers investigating the incident. More details here. https://t.co/XJFi4Zn926 pic.twitter.com/iWnhC7SMNH
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Five people were injured, including two California Highway Patrol officers, in a chain-reaction crash at an anti-vaccination protest in San Francisco, authorities say. https://t.co/ZfnWnqnKcS
— NBC News (@NBCNews) November 12, 2021