Clean-up begins in Louisville this morning after a long night of protests and unrest and Governor Andy Beshear said he is making the difficult decision to call on the National Guard to help keep the peace tonight. Demonstrators flooded the streets in downtown Louisville chanting the name of Breonna Taylor, an EMT who was shot and killed by police in her home in March. When they came to a line of LMP officers stretched across sixth-street in swat gear, a firework was set by protestors. Police responded with tear gas.
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