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PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — A man drove through a crowd protesting the fatal shooting of Antwon Rose on Sunday afternoon.

Protesters were marching along Route 30 in North Versailles around 5 p.m. and had shut down part of the highway when a man reportedly drove through the crowd.

The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette captured video of a police officer handcuffing the driver and placing him in the back of a police car. The Post-Gazette reports several protesters were hit, but there were no major injuries.

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The protests began around 3 p.m. in East Pittsburgh on Grandview Avenue. Protesters marched toward the area where Rose was shot before moving onto Route 30.

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Police advised drivers to avoid the area.

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So far, police have not released the name of the driver. It’s not known if he’ll face any charges related to the incident.

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Protesters have taken to the streets and shut down major roadways multiple times since Rose was killed in June, and this isn’t the first time a driver went through the crowd.

Gregory Wagner, 58, was caught on video driving through a crowd of protesters near PNC Park. He is facing multiple charges.