BERKELEY, CA (KRON) — Hundreds of protesters are marching in Berkeley Tuesday night and into Wednesday in a stance against the next president of the United States.
The protesters have marched from the University of California Berkeley campus at the Sproul Plaza around 12:00 a.m. and have made their way down Telegraph Avenue.
According to BART officials, the 12th Street BART station is closed due to the protest.
The march began when Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump became the elect president of the United States.
The California Highway Patrol tells News 2’s sister station in California, KRON4 News, one of the protesters was struck by a vehicle.
The protester was hit near the Claremont Avenue off-ramp and is being treated for serious injuries, according to the CHP.
Stay with KRON4 News for the latest developments on this protest.