Ambassador Bridge Blockade Cleared, Protesters Arrested or Removed in Windsor, Ontario

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Earlier Sunday, police cleared the Ambassador Bridge blockade near Windsor, Ontario, where about twelve people were arrested and about seven to 10 vehicles were towed. YouTube Tips ⓘ

Protesters formed a blockade at the Ambassador Bridge on February 7, 2022, and traffic at the bridge came to a complete halt by evening. The blockade was interrupted on February 8, but the blockade resumed, causing traffic to divert to the Blue Water Bridge between Sarnia and Port Huron. The bridge was re-opened with arrests on Sunday afternoon, February 13, 2022.

Ambassador Bridge is southwest of Detroit and east-southeast of Dearborn where Ford Motor Company headquarters is located. The bridge crosses the Detroit River and primarily connects Windsor, Ontario to Dearborn and Detroit, Michigan.

Blockade of Ambassador Bridge over Detroit River Sunday, February 13, 2022 3:45 PM CT (Map data ©2022 Google)
Blockade of Ambassador Bridge over Detroit River Sunday, February 13, 2022 3:45 PM CT (Map data ©2022 Google).

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