Footage Out Of Baltimore Shows Bystander Protecting Wheelchair-Bound Woman Amid Chaos (Video)

| by Jonathan Wolfe
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Troubling footage continues to surface out of the ongoing unrest in Baltimore, which started after Freddie Gray, 25, died in police custody.

Segments of this particular clip first circulated the web on April 25, but the recent footage (below) contains a previously unseen portion of the video.

The footage takes place in front of the Bullpen — a popular bar near Camden Yards in downtown Baltimore. In the video, protesters are seen throwing loose trash, beer bottles and entire trash bins into crowds.

Then, at the 1:04 mark in the video, a troubling scene appears. A woman in a motorized wheelchair is seen caught in the commotion. She appears relatively powerless to navigate through the crowded and trash-laden scene. Protesters seem to be aware of her presence, but they continue hurling trash in her direction.

Thankfully, a concerned witness took it upon herself to shield the woman from the debris. Here, courtesy of YouTube user Ados Constant, is the scene.

WARNING: Video contains strong language.

The protests continued in Baltimore on April 28. Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan declared a state of emergency in the city and activated National Guard forces. 

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Sources: YouTube, Breitbart

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