Protesters shut down Interstate 64

ST. LOUIS, MO – Over 1,000 peaceful protesters marched in downtown St. Louis on Monday evening, blocking traffic on Interstate 64.

The demonstration for George Floyd started near the Gateway Arch with approximately 300 to 500 protesters, organized by the group ExepctUs. Fox 2 Now reports that the crowd grew to over 1000 people as they marched to I-64 and continued to the Poplar Street Bridge.

The march blocked all traffic from moving on I-64.

Journalists on the scene reported that protesters were shouting, but there was no violence or clashes with the police during the demonstration.

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