An anti-Trump protester in Sacramento on Monday jumped into a police vehicle but was quickly knocked out when the driver left, the video shows.
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The incident took place around 1:30 pm. local time as a group of people was protesting outside McClellan Airport, where the president met with California Governor Gavin Newsom to discuss the ongoing fires that are ravaging the state.
At one point during the rally, protesters surrounded a California Highway Patrol cruiser outside the airport, according to the video posted on Twitter by NBC Bay Area reporter Jodi Hernandez.
One of the protesters, who wore a red hat, then jumps onto the hood of the car and subsequently falls from the back as the driver walks away, the footage shows.
Another person wearing a “Trump sucks” T-shirt fell into chaos, The Sacramento Bee reported.
Some protesters rushed to the aid of their fellow demonstrator who was lying on the ground while others yelled at the cruiser’s driver, the video shows.
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The man who fell from the police car was taken away in an ambulance, the newspaper said.
It was unclear on Monday evening whether the person was seriously injured.