Although the Brown family appealed for calm, police and protesters have clashed in Ferguson with shots fired and businesses looted and ablaze.
The Federal Aviation Authority has restricted some flights into St Louis due to the unrest although departures are not affected by the schedule alterations.
Original Post: Gunshots, Looting, Tear Gas, Flaming Cars on Ferguson Streets Minutes After ‘No Charge’ Decision
A series of about three shots is heard on tape less than an hour after the decision not to charge Officer Darren Wilson was made public in a televised announcement.
A man in the crowd warned of “Gunshots. Gunshots! Or Firecrackers?” “Those are gunshots,” another man in the crowd is heard saying. “No, they’re gunshots,” says the first man, correcting himself.
According to the man, a large number of police showed up on the scene immediately afterwards.
— Bahman Kalbasi (@BahmanKalbasi) November 25, 2014
Steady stream of fire engines, police cars and helicopters above, departing and arriving at command centre as violence worsens #Ferguson
— Rajini Vaidyanathan (@rajiniv) November 25, 2014
I’m very glad I bought a bullet-proof jacket. Thought it might be over the top. Streets of #Ferguson right now as dangerous as some warzones
— Paul Lewis (@PaulLewis) November 25, 2014
We’ve seen so much more vandalism & looting tonight than any night in #Ferguson in August
— Aleem Maqbool (@AleemMaqbool) November 25, 2014
CNN reporter just hit with a rock during live shot.
— Dashiell Bennett (@dashbot) November 25, 2014
With people protesting the decision across the country its any ones guess how the situation both in Ferguson and more widely will develop.
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