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Motorcycle drives through crowd in downtown Bloomington

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BLOOMINGTON (WEEK) -- One woman was injured and sent to a hospital Sunday when a motorcycle drove through a crowd of people in Bloomington, according to police.

Police say the woman is in stable condition.

The incident happened after a NAACP rally in downtown Bloomington to protest police violence following the death of George Floyd on Sunday afternoon when protesters were still in the area.

One witness said it was a man driving the motorcycle through the crowd that was at the area of Front and Madison streets, near the McLean County Law Justice Center.

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