Police working with protesters organizing a march in O’Fallon, Missouri

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Police patrol car with sirens off during a traffic control. Blue and red flashing sirens of police car during the roadblock in the city.

O’FALLON, Mo. – Police say that they are working with protesters who are organizing a march Monday night. They expect traffic to be impacted by the demonstration.

A viewer tells FOX 2 that the Freedom March for George Floyd is on Bryan Road at 7:00 pm. That is near Fort Zumwalt West High School. A student is organizing it and contacted police to help.

There have been hundreds of peaceful demonstration across the country after the death of an African American man by police in Minnesota. An officer has been charged with murder of George Floyd. Some of these protests have turned violent.

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