Los Angeles (AP) — Media in which a man was stabbed and a reporter was attacked in protest against a vaccination order on the South Lawn of the Los Angeles City Hall after a dispute between protesters and opposition protesters, the Los Angeles Police Department and locals. Said.
Around 2 pm, a group of hundreds with American flags, Trump memorabilia, and a sign calling for “freedom of medicine” arrived at the City Hall around 2 pm for a rally. Los Angeles Times reported.. A small group of rebels gathered nearby.
About 30 minutes later, the Times reported that there was a dispute between protesters and protesters.
“I know one man who has been stabbed and treated by LAFD,” LAPD said in a Twitter account, referring to the Los Angeles Fire Department.
The man was taken to a nearby hospital and was in serious condition, said Los Angeles Police Department police officer Mike Lopez.
“No arrests have been made, but investigations are underway,” the agency tweeted.
According to The Times, rebels were seen spraying mace as members of the anti-vaccine rally shouted threats of murder.
According to The Times, KPCC radio reporter Frank Storze was seen leaving the park near the city hall and being yelled at by protesters against Mask. A man was seen kicking him.
According to The Times, Storze told police officers that he had been assaulted when he tried to conduct an interview.
Stolze later tweeted. “Today, something that never happened in the 30-year report happened to me. In LA. @LAist. I am a man in protest outside the city hall during an anti-vax recall @GavinNewsom pro trample rally. Pushed in and kicked by our group, the glasses were stripped from my face. “
Stolze added that he was in good condition.