OH man, 20, identified as suspect who drove auto into Charlottesville protesters

OH man, 20, identified as suspect who drove auto into Charlottesville protesters

OH man, 20, identified as suspect who drove auto into Charlottesville protesters

The auto allegedly plowed through a crowd, and at least one person has died from the incident, following the shutdown of the "Unite the Right" rally by police after white nationalists, neo-Nazis and members of the "alt-right" and counter-protesters clashed near Lee Park, where a statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee is slated to be removed. Virginia State Police said injuries ranged from life-threatening to minor.

In addition, photographs of the auto taken as it barreled toward the crowd of protesters show it bearing an OH license plate number, GVF 1111.

University of Virginia Medical Center spokeswoman Angela Taylor confirmed the death to The Associated Press.

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Supporters and protesters were seen gathering Saturday morning at the rally site. The group carried torches at a rally Friday night.

Chanting "blood and soil" and "one people, one nation, end immigration", the group rallied around a statue of Thomas Jefferson before they clashed with counterprotesters, CNN affiliate WWBT reported. University officials condemned the gathering.

Police said the helicopter was helping law enforcement officers monitor the white nationalist rally in Charlottesville.

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"Everyone has a right under the First Amendment to express their opinion peaceably, so here's mine: not only as the Mayor of Charlottesville, but as a UVA faculty member and alumnus, I am beyond disgusted by this unsanctioned and despicable display of visual intimidation on a college campus", Signer said.

The Washington Post reported that the silver 2010 Dodge Challenger involved in the crash was registered to Fields.

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