Hundreds march in City Heights to protest Freddie Gray’s death

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SAN DIEGO -Hundreds of protestors took to the streets of City Heights, uniting in solidarity for Freddie Gray.

Speakers warmed up the crowd just after 6 p.m. Tuesday night at the City Heights Urban Village Park.

They called for organized protests to bring awareness to their issues including justice for Gray and to abolish police brutality.

A march followed with protestors hands up in the air, chanting, “We will fight for Freddie Gray, all day, all night!”

Several streets and intersections were blocked off by police to ensure the safety of the protestors.

The entrances to the I-15 freeway off University were also blocked off with patrol cars and officers dressed in riot gear.

Police followed the crowd on bicycles, and those on motorcycles drove ahead to ensure streets were blocked off ahead of the march.

No arrests were made as the protest was peaceful. The rally ended just before 10 p.m.

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