This video consists of three video segments that were taken sequentially, spliced together. Other than the transitions between segments and conversion to a more compressed format, they are unedited.
The first and longest segment starts with a view of demonstrators fleeing up Alvarado as police fire rubber bullets into their midst. The camera then pans to the East sidewalk, where other demonstrators, including a man in a wheelchair, and a mother and her two small children, are fleeing northward toward Sixth street. The children in particular are right at the level where the bullets were being bounced along the sidewalk by the police. The camera at this point is sometimes pointed toward the sidewalk, but tilts upward from time to time.
The second segment is very short and shows the camera panning from the sidewalk back across the street to where the police line is advancing far down the street.
The third and last segment is taken from Sixth and Alvarado, where the demonstrators have stopped for a moment to look back toward the advancing line of police. A conversation can be heard regarding the use of rubber bullets by the police, including the report of a rubber bullet being seen skittering along the sidewalk where all of the people seen in the first segment had been.
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