A trash can burns as people take part in a protest against police brutality, late Sunday, Jan. 24, 2021, in downtown Tacoma. The protest came a day after at least two people were injured when a Tacoma Police officer responding to a report of a street race drove his car through a crowd of pedestrians that had gathered around him. Several people were knocked to the ground and at least one person was run over. (Ted S. Warren / The Associated Press)
A trash can burns as people take part in a protest against police brutality, late Sunday, Jan. 24, 2021, in downtown Tacoma. The protest came a day after at least two people were injured when a Tacoma Police officer responding to a report of a street race drove his car through a crowd of pedestrians that had gathered around him. (Ted S. Warren / The Associated Press)
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Protesters march in Tacoma, in response to officer driving through crowd

A large crowd gathered in Tacoma on Sunday evening to protest against the police department, in response to an incident the night before where a police officer drove through a crowd that had gathered for street racing, hitting people and injuring at least two.

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