A protester was struck by a vehicle on Wednesday night in Niagara Square in Buffalo.

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The incident happened around 8:45 pm on Wednesday, September 23, 2020, in Niagara Square during protests over the grand jury decision in the death of Breonna Taylor. A protester in Buffalo was hit by a pick up truck, according to Buffalo Police Department Captain Jeff Rinaldo. The victim was taken to Erie County Medical Center, according to WIVB. Fortunately, the person did not suffer life-threatening injuries.

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The victim was on a bike, according to WGRZ. In a video posted on WKBW, the incident unfolded very quickly. The pick up hits the bicyclist pretty hard. You can see people running to help the victim and chasing after the vehicle.

GRAPHIC: This is video of the incident, viewer discretion advised.

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