Ferguson Protest News Videos Show Fires and Looting


Firefighters in Ferguson, Missouri were battling around 25 building fires early Tuesday morning, hours after the announcement Monday night that the grand jury would not file charges against Darren Wilson. Firefighters couldn’t get to some fires because of gunfire.

About 25 fires burned in Ferguson, Missouri as firefighters worked in defensive mode. Firefighters had to retreat from fighting some structures because gunfire was heard nearby.

Video showing St. Louis County police car being destroyed and then burned; and CNN reporter Sara Sidner getting hit in the head with a rock thrown by a rioter.

Flames engulfed at least a dozen businesses in Ferguson early Tuesday and gunfire kept firefighters at bay. Protests turned violent after the decision not to indict a police officer over Michael Brown’s death [AERIAL SHOTS/NO AUDIO].

Video of a cars burning in a parking lot at a used car dealership “Auto By Credit” and a Conoco gas station following the grand jury’s decision not to indict Officer Darren Wilson chaos has ensued in Ferguson, a parking lot of cars have been broken into and set on fire.

A Little Caesars Pizza restaurant was set on fire by protesters Monday night in Ferguson, Missouri in response to the grand jury announcement to not indict officer Darren Wilson [NO AUDIO].

Video of looting at a Dollar Tree store and multiple fires in Ferguson [MIXED AUDIO/NO AUDIO].

Violent protests spun into people looting and setting fires across Ferguson Monday night and early Tuesday. The chaos erupted after it was announced that the grand jury chose not to indict Officer Darren Wilson in the death of Michael Brown.

Aftermath. Smoke continues to billow from some buildings in Ferguson, Missouri, hours after a grand jury found it would not indict a white police officer in the fatal shooting of black 18-year-old Michael Brown. (Nov. 25)

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